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    Gp1200r Intermediate shaft housing leaks

    2000 GP 1200R - Looking to remove the Intermediate shaft housing assembly and was wondering if I need to remove engine from mounts to gain the necessary clearance to get it out. Water half filled the engine compartment last time it was out, and I'm thinking there was not enough grease getting to seal/bearings in the housing assembly. Removed impeller shaft and filled engine compartment half full with water and it was slowly draining out through the housing area. Any insight is appreciated.

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    Moderator OsideBill's Avatar
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    If you remove the battery box and stinger pipe you can access the four motor mounts. Remove the four motor mount bolts and slide the motor forward to pull the I-shaft.

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    Thanks. I'm glad its not that difficult. I appreciate the info.

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    welcome to the forum

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