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just bought bike and tearing it down when I noticed this.

What cover is this and I unscrewed the big plug in the middle where it seems to be weeping out and there is no o-ring which seems odd which would probably stop the oil seepage. Does anyone know if there is suppose to be one?
 

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It's the oil pump cover, and yes, there is supposed to be an o ring. On the '00, it's part # 93210-32172-00 for $3.42 at Mr Cycles.
 

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Yes it low speed slide on that side.

I need to replace the clutch cover as well is that hard to do looks like there is a seal on the bottom where the clutch cable goes in that has some leakage as well a bit.

Is the clutch cover hard to replace and slide on?

thanks for the help I will order an O ring.

oh yea its a 2002
 

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Looks like you're also leaking from the buttonhead bolt just in front of the plug. There is a gasket for the buttonhead bolt, part # 90430-08143-00 for $2.12 from Mr Cycles.
 

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No just oil and junk rolled up looks like a cut. Thanks for all the info I bought the parts tonight.
 

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wangsta said:
Yes it low speed slide on that side.

I need to replace the clutch cover as well is that hard to do looks like there is a seal on the bottom where the clutch cable goes in that has some leakage as well a bit.

Is the clutch cover hard to replace and slide on?

thanks for the help I will order an O ring.

oh yea its a 2002
The clutch cover isn't very difficult, the hardest part is getting the actuator rod positioned properly with the actuator gear (connected to the external lever). The manual explains it I think. A little time fiddling with it and you'll see and figure it out. Otherwise not a big deal.
 
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