We’ve removed the engine from our Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa and are pulling it down for disassembly. A leaking counter shaft seal is a common problem you may experience on any chain driven motorcycle. A telltale sign is a wet countershaft sprocket and oil on your garage floor right under the sprocket. In this short video we demonstrate the process for removing and replacing the Kawasaki Super Sherpa counter shaft seal. For complete repair information be sure to check out the Cyclepedia Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa Online Manual. You’ll get free tech support with a dealer trained Kawasaki technician should you need it.