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Drip-Rear Seal??? Happy New Year

Got ready to go to work this morning and noticed the DRIP on the floor. It looks like it is coming from the rear seal?- back of engine to drive shaft. Drips down on right side of center stand and back. Seal looks damp. I rode for couple hundred miles yesterday with no leaks in the morning bofore the ride. First problem with the bike, 06 K12LT with 39,000 miles. Can I ride to the dealership without hurting anything? It's about 60 miles away.

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I think you should be okay to ride it to the dealer. Be prepared to leave it for repair though.

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