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    Default What can it be ?

    Today when I got home from work noticed a little what seemed like oil coming from the bead area of the rear tire. When I got down to check it out it felt lke water but had an oily tint to it ( if that makes any sense ) We went for a short ride the other day and all seemed fine. It is certainly not grease, the first thing I thought is I might have blown a seal on the rear bearing. What ever this is it does not run onto the ground like a real leak. Thanks Guys
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    Something you ran over that splashed in that area at low speed & surface tension held in place if it was tacky I'd say was bead sealer, some tire guys apply too much

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    My only other thought is if it could have come from the rear shock/spring.

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