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-To increase the tightness of the oil seal (as often suggested by SportsterPaul),​ after installing the rubber washer, you might install one or two o-rings to take up the gap between the shift lever and the washer. The o-rings do not seal against leaking oil but, instead, they put additional pressure on the oil seal in the primary cover cavity, which does help to seal against leaks.+To increase the tightness of the oil seal (as often suggested by SportsterPaul),​ after installing the rubber washer, you might install one or two o-rings to take up the gap between the shift lever and the washer. The o-rings do not seal against leaking oil but, instead, they put additional pressure on the oil seal in the primary cover cavity, which does help to seal against leaks. ​(see picture in 2004-later Transmission page) 
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   * Another idea to install the detent plate, is to thread the end of the shaft, then use a nut with blue Loctite. ((photos by MatHormell of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=198227&​page=3))   * Another idea to install the detent plate, is to thread the end of the shaft, then use a nut with blue Loctite. ((photos by MatHormell of the XLFORUM http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=198227&​page=3))