Sort of new to the forum, I bought a 1972 CB450 which I had to wait about a month for my nephew to bring down to me. Seems to be in pretty nice condition with just under 12,000 miles on it. Well I got it to the house and put it on the car port over night and I go out and there is a puddle of oil under it which is dripping off the shift lever. I do a search on here and it seams to be common problem and an easy fix. I started in on it today, screws were supper tight but I didn't booger them up, got the cover off and what a pain getting that snap ring clip off a combination of poor lighting, poor eyes and snap ring pliers that could have been longer. So now for getting the seal out, I have read of a few ways to remove it all involve sticking something into it and prying it out. I sure don't want to mess something up behind it so what would be the best way to go about removing it? I have yet to order one, which as someone said you might as well get two. Looks like there are a few part #'s but if someone would tell me which one they have used. The # I have is 91202-426-003 and the size is, and here is where I might be wrong as I can see where I might have the clutch push rod seal and the shifter shaft seal mixed up, anyway one # is 12.5x25x8 which I'm thinking larger last # larger hole in the middle shifter shaft larger than clutch push rod which I'm thinking is 12x25x4.5. I don't yet have a manual or a parts catalog. A lot of that is available online right and if so what does people use here and if you buy parts online who would you suggest? I also need to figure out how to post pic's on here from my phone. I'm not a tech savvy person.