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gaskets and o rings needed

Starting to get all the items I will need for my first service. Does anyone know what o rings and gaskets I will need. They say that I need to install new o rings but cant find part numbers anywhere. I would love part numbers but if you have links to them too that would be awesome.
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Aren't they in the service manual? If not when you go online to order them they will be on the parts diagram in the ordering system.

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Starting to get all the items I will need for my first service. Does anyone know what o rings and gaskets I will need. They say that I need to install new o rings but cant find part numbers anywhere. I would love part numbers but if you have links to them too that would be awesome.
if you get the oil change kit from yamaha they do supply some of the drain plug gaskets.they don't have to be changed every time they are removed.
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I have all ready ordered the oil change kit from yamaha. However they do not seem to have a kit for the gear oil and differential oil (not sure what oil you guys run Brand wise). I also see that I need orings for the timing mark accessing screw and the crankshaft end accessing screw. I also need orings for
Camshaft sprocket cover
O-ring 1
Intake tappet cover
O-ring
Exhaust tappet cover

final gear oil drain bolt gasket
Differential gear oil drain bolt gasket

The service manual says to replace with new. I have been trying to figure it out with google with little luck. If anyone know the part numbers that would greatly help in my search. The owners manual and service manual do not seem to list part numbers.
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You won't need to replace any of those o-rings etc on the first service, just re use the old ones. If you ring a Yamaha shop the parts counter will order them in for you if you do want to replace them.

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I would like to just order them online if possible my dealer is over an hour away. I have found some of the part numbers on my own today.

Camshaft sprocket cover oring- 93210-96601-00
Intake tappet cover oring- 93210-78544-00
Exhaust tappet cover oring- 93210-78544-00


Still looking for part numbers for-

Final gear oil drain bolt gasket-
Differential gear oil drain bolt gasket-

Timing mark accessing screw oring-

Crankshaft end accesing screw oring-

If anybody knows these please let me know. After I get a list compiled I will put it into one post so others can find it easily. I don't trust dealers to do the work right, I do all my work on my cars and trucks, if I do not know how, I find someone to show me. A buddy will be showing me how to adjust the valve clearance.
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okay I found more part numbers

Timing mark accessing screw oring- 93210-14369-00
Crankshaft end accessing screw oring-93210-357A3-00
Front differential gear oil drain bolt gasket-90430-10003-00


The only one I can't find is the final gear oil drain bolt gasket-

I am having a hard time finding what it would fall under in the parts diagrams. If anyone can help me with this last one I would be very appreciative.
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Number 8 on this parts diagram, not the Yamaha part number though sorry but will point you in the right direction. Honestly though, just re-use the old ones, they will be fine.


https://www.partsfish.com/oemparts/a...d8/drive-shaft


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Try this site-it has the numbers and decent prices on parts.

https://www.yamahapartsnation.com/oe..._utility/parts
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Number 8 on this parts diagram, not the Yamaha part number though sorry but will point you in the right direction. Honestly though, just re-use the old ones, they will be fine.


https://www.partsfish.com/oemparts/a...d8/drive-shaft


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Your awesome, thank you so much! I know the originals are probably good. I think I am going to order them anyways though and decide when I do my first service, whether to change them or not. Worst comes to worst I will just hang on to them.
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