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I'm a big supporter of find and fix the leak over abandoning something that works.
Go to the auto parts dealer and get dye to add to your oil. Clean the affected area and use a blacklight to identify the exact location then stop it with appropriate action.
Be prepared, once you have the method and tools owning an old air cooled motor may drive you nuts chasing all the other leaks. Just stick with the big ones and save your money for a complete overhaul to fix the "residue" leaks.
Old 10-18-2014, 06:52 AM
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