Is there anything special about these darn things that they cost $7 bucks each?
I was going to order a couple yamaha ones then try to match them up with some from the automotive shop
or the hardware store.
Does it have to be a special rubber or something since its on a hot motor?
Thanks for any guidance.
When I change the oil I place all the o-rings in a cup of PB Blaster and let them soak. Their label reads "PB restores life to "O" rings and rubber seals." It's worked for me.
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go to any industrial seal place and match them up. I've used several different materials and they all start leaking after 5-6000 miles because the heat makes them take a set. I bought 20 sets for about $25 and figure I have a lifetime supply.