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This is my 1968 Honda CB 160 that took me almost 2 years to rebuild. It is totally rebuilt with new stainless steel bolts and the engine is bored .030 over with new bearings and bead blasted heads. The forks are rebuilt, the chrome has been replated, the aluminum parts have been polished, the frame and tank and all other parts are painted. The seat has a new cover, the wheels and tires are new, all of the electronic parts are new, as is the wiring harness. The exhaust is after market.
It runs great but I have not put plates on it yet.
 

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There is an oil seal that goes around the shifter shaft that could be bad. But that whole area is surrounded by a gasket. It should of held the oil in there. What kind of shape was the gasket in? You might try to clean the gasket area and try a new gasket with gasket adhesive. You might have a nick somewhere along the gasket area.
 
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