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Old 08 August 2011, 10:26   #1
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Honda 130 Guess what the "problem" was?

A Honda 130 (2002)

Engine oil flows out of the propeller shaft?

(we thought it should be the gasket on the pic, but noooo)
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Old 08 August 2011, 12:27   #2
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Thermostat or somehow a cracked engine block?
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Old 08 August 2011, 12:30   #3
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Thermostat or somehow a cracked engine block?
We could not find anything bad when the engine was in molecules as the pics.

But we also thought cracked engine block was on the can be list, but NO

(Will tell/show in the end of the week, we was so surpriced so we forgot to take pics. Will do that on wednesday)
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Main bearing oil seal.
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Main bearing oil seal.
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Old 09 August 2011, 04:08   #6
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Sump Plug not in?
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Old 09 August 2011, 05:56   #7
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LOL! Where exactly was the oil coming from? From behind/through the propeller?

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Through the top mount?

Replaced loads of these on 130 and 150 Hondas
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You've been running it in a tank of engine oil?
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Considering someone was holding that hose in pic #4, was it a disconnected oil line?

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