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    Contershaft and gear shifter seals sizes?

    Hello everyone, im new here, nice to meet
    Im looking for the measurements of the countershaft and gear shifter seals because i made and order from Partzilla and forgot to add them so i want to get them locally by size (i, not in the US so shipping again is time consuming)

    Anyone have the seals numbers? the 2 countershaft seals and the one gearshifter seal

    Thanks!

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    Here is a close up of the front sprocket shaft seals with the Yamaha parts numbers. The wide one is the outer seal.

    I have two "complete gasket sets" for TW's on the shelf and neither set had the shift shaft seal in it, or for that matter the drive shaft seals or the kick shaft seal. So much for being complete!

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    Yamaha part number for the shift shaft is: 93102-12321-00

    Good luck. Tony
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    That will do, very helpful Sir!
    So now we know the big counter shaft seal is 22-35-6 and the smaller one is 17-40-5, now i need to figure out the shift shaft seal size- ill update when ill have it (or maybe someone else will before me )

    Thanks!
    Last edited by sixforlife; 09-05-2019 at 09:17 AM.

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    I got to thinking and remembered an engine case TW-Brian gave me to practice my butchery on and thought perhaps it still had the shift shaft seal in it and it did!! I wiped it off and it is still very legible. So make sure to thank TW-Brian for leaving the seal in place!

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