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Old 04-21-2009, 03:34 PM   #1
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NEED HELP..

Well I really need you guys help. I really dont know what to do you I will start from the beginning.
I have been married for 8 years now and I was starting to think my wife is cheating on me. One day her cell rings and when I pick it up to hand it to her she freaks out that I looked at who was calling (I never did). She has been going out alot with her friends but never lets me go. The other day she was going out and said her friend was picking her up but walked down the street to meet her and the same when she got dropped off. The next weekend she said the same, so after getting pick up I waited out side till she got drop off, what I did was park my bike in a driveway and hide behind it. What I noticed then shocked me, as I look down I notice my bike is leaking oil from the valve cover. KNOW is this something I can fix my self or should I take it to a dealer?
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Old 04-21-2009, 03:38 PM   #2
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Old 04-21-2009, 03:42 PM   #5
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I posted this a few years ago about a oil pan I had leaking. lol.. spall cheik wat tht
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Old 04-21-2009, 03:42 PM   #7
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You can fix anything really. The guys at the dealership just know a lot more than the average biker and have a heck of a lot more experience. So if you are confident in your skills research it and do it yourself you will save a lot of money (risk is always there if you it up).
Sorry about your oil leak thats a bummer.
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Old 04-21-2009, 03:43 PM   #8
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, now I look like a FNG (oh wait I am).
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You can fix anything really. The guys at the dealership just know a lot more than the average biker and have a heck of a lot more experience. So if you are confident in your skills research it and do it yourself you will save a lot of money (risk is always there if you it up).
Sorry about your oil leak thats a bummer.
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Old 04-21-2009, 03:48 PM   #10
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lol i thought he was joking...ya man it's just a new gasket hahaha oh and i'll have your wife home early tonight...
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Naw, keep her out as late as you want. I already told her that I was working late.
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lol I mean holy F*&% !!! Wth your wife is cheating and your worried about the bikes oil leak?! Straight gangsta and talk about "brushins your shoulder off" but dude so tell us who ended up dropping her off
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Wth your wife is cheating and your worried about the bikes oil leak?! Straight gangsta and talk about "brushins your shoulder off" but dude so tell us who ended up dropping her off
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lol I mean holy F*&% !!! Wth your wife is cheating and your worried about the bikes oil leak?! Straight gangsta and talk about "brushins your shoulder off" but dude so tell us who ended up dropping her off
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Buy your service manual - read the applicable section , if you think you can handle it go ahead.

Valve cover gasket relatively easy, Head gasket realatively difficult.

Good luck
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Buy your service manual - read the applicable section , if you think you can handle it go ahead.

Valve cover gasket relatively easy, Head gasket realatively difficult.

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