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Question about rear swing arm removal

When doing the frame swap and pulling the rear swing arm on my 06 650 sra, I set the swing arm down, with the driveshaft lower than the diff. Oil started coming out eventually. I assumed this was probably normal, but is it. I would have thought there should be an oil seal to contain the oil? But I didn’t see one on the parts fiche. Is the driveshaft lubed with gear oil on this machine?

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I don't know...I didn't think so. Better get a shop manual.

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Wouldn’t have attempted a frame swap without one...

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Wouldn’t have attempted a frame swap without one...
Good...I didn't think so.

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