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  2. Yes sir, I sure will. It began leaking REAL bad this weekend. I haven't done a compression test, but I'll see if my mechanic buddy has the tools to do it. I'll post a couple pics so you can see the trail of oil it was leaving. :-)
  3. Thanks, Frank! I will try that trick this week and see. I did some research and it looks like it's "fairly" simple to pull the head off, right? (I'm a shade tree mechanic, so I'm fairly comfortable). Yes, the plug has a decent amount of oil on it. Actually, now that you mention it, it was running a bit rough last fall and I changed plugs. It had some oil on it then too. Is that a sign of a bad gasket too?
  4. Hello! I'm hoping you can all point me in the right direction. Last fall my wife got our 1998 King Quad stuck in some mud. Before winching it out, I tried putting it in low and working it out myself. It was definitely under a load and then started smoking. As I winched it out I noticed a trail of oil coming from the skid plate area. I parked it for the winter and got it out yesterday to drive it to the garage. It immediately began pouring oil out again and smoking pretty bad. I have attached a picture of where it's leaking from. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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