Hi everyone. I have been reading the forum for about a year and a half, but not posted much, until now. I just noticed this yesterday after a ride. Rear cylinder is “weeping” oil at the base of the cylinder where it meets the block. I have a 2011 FLHTK, all stock, 103 ci motor, with 650 miles on her. I am still taking it easy and keep my RPM under 3k. I let it warm up a few minutes before I take off on a ride. The Factory oil is still in it. I am pretty good with looking over the bike every other ride or so, plus I routinely wipe her down. I think I would notice it earlier if it was happening. I read through my service manual and apparently the O-ring, or, base gasket, if excessively lubed will weep, but wouldn’t this have already happened before now? I have searched the forum and this issue appears to be common in the EVO motors, but didn’t come across anything with the 103 motor. I am taking it to the dealer this afternoon, but am looking for feedback from anyone if this has happened to them? What was/is the cause? Was it fixed, or do some just “live with it”? I do not want to live with it so hopefully this is an issue that the dealer will correct. Thanks for your time on this one.