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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
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Lost shaft drive oil when removing rear wheel

took my rear wheel off to have it blacked out and lost some oil from the driveshaft in the process. where do I replace it at and how do i know when ive added enough? 90 weight i assume? thanks

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That's really weird that you would lose oil. I've taken my wheel off multiple times and have not had this happen at all. There is nut on the "pumpkin" that has a very large flange, that is the fill hole. Fill it till it wants to spill out, then you are good to go.

I would check around in there and make sure you don't have a leaky seal before you put your wheel back on.

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thanks man, just to clarify i pulled the wheel, pumpkin and all the way up to where the shaft goes in the boot (was having pumpkin painted too)

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When you refill the final drive with fluid, do it while the bike is on the sidestand - not fully upright on a jack or in a wheel chock.

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will do, and just 80/90 weight?

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will do, and just 80/90 weight?
I don't recall ... I went and got a new bottle from the dealer of the Honda-brand gear oil.

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When you refill the final drive with fluid, do it while the bike is on the sidestand - not fully upright on a jack or in a wheel chock.
I don't know why you lost oil you should check your seals first. The oil that you put in must say HYPOY-C 80- 90

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