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I developed a leak on one of the bolts that hold down the flang at the bottom of the pushrod tube. They at first thought it could be the pushrod tube itself so we waited for all the parts to come in before they hauled it in and looked. Auburn Indian was the ones doing the work and they are so accomodating and helpful! I picked the Indian not only for style but for performance and maintenence, I live quite a ways from the shop so it's not real easy to just drop it off to have work done.
 

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I think one of the Roadmasters in Colorado had a leak in that area and the engine had to be pulled to fix it right. Hopefully your issue isn't the same.
 

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Mine ended up being a bolt on the flange that secures the bottom of the push rod tube. Sealed it up and done in about 60 minutes. They did talk about pulling the engine if it ended up being the end of the tube.
 
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