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temp connection

I often read here of people having problems with weeping main seals in their K motors. I was wondering as it seems to be mostly confined to riders in the Americas whether it is not caused by the habit of storing the bike through the winter. As one knows you should run the air con in the car at least once a week, keeping the seal supple. In this country we ride all year. I have not read of, or know of, riders here having rear seal problems. I am sure there are some though; but they are not known to me. Interested to know what others thing of this theory.
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