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    Output Shaft Seal

    Is this the right part number on a 2010?

    93101-15101-00

    #9 here:

    https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/ya...z/transmission

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    No, you need item number 23 (93102-22389-00) if you are replacing the seal on the left side engine crankcase, and/or item number 30 (93102-17187-00) if you are replacing the seal in the left side engine cover.
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    Thanks!

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    Odd - maybe this is different for a '98 - I'm sure both seals are the same on my bike (bought as a pair, though fitted by a shop so I don't know exactly what they did)

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    The two wide seals are examples of the outer seals and go in the cover. The one narrow seal slides over the output shaft and goes in the case.

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    Wish I would have seen this thread. In the middle of a chain/sprocket change and was going to change this seal, but I didn't read the parts fiche correctly and ordered 93101-15101 which appears to be internal to the engine. Hopefully the local dealer has the correct parts in stock.

    Quick question. How are you guys removing the seals from the case? Are you using the drill a hole, insert a screw, and pull out method? Or is there some other method?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave23 View Post

    Quick question. How are you guys removing the seals from the case? Are you using the drill a hole, insert a screw, and pull out method? Or is there some other method?

    Thanks,
    Something like this usually does the trick for me.

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    Wow that was easy. Just poke and remove the seals. New ones on the way.
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