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I am in need of a crankshaft for a TW200 engine rebuild. The earliest available date I have found is February 2019 from Yamaha via dealers. Does anyone have a lead on a new crankshaft in stock anywhere sooner? I was trying to get to my rebuild over the next month, but it is looking like it is a no go on account of the crank. Looking for Yamaha #5H0-11400-00-00 for a 2013 TW200.

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back order is pretty common on items like this and they all come from a Yami dist centers so if one is saying backorder they are all going to be on BO unless by some freak somebody stocked the part

I order from Partzilla often and that 2 to 3 days means nothing they always say that and then 3 days after you order you'll get the delay notice

low mile TW motors are fairly commn why spend all the money on a rebuild when you can buy a whole running motor for what the crank will cost
 

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back order is pretty common on items like this and they all come from a Yami dist centers so if one is saying backorder they are all going to be on BO unless by some freak somebody stocked the part

I order from Partzilla often and that 2 to 3 days means nothing they always say that and then 3 days after you order you'll get the delay notice

low mile TW motors are fairly commn why spend all the money on a rebuild when you can buy a whole running motor for what the crank will cost
Thanks. I posted on here just to see if anyone knew of someone who happened to have one. I got the bike for cheap and it has less than 2000 miles on it. Someone did something dumb and overheated the top end. I considered a
used motor, but with the low miles on the bike figured I would just rebuild with new parts.
 

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Thanks. I posted on here just to see if anyone knew of someone who happened to have one. I got the bike for cheap and it has less than 2000 miles on it. Someone did something dumb and overheated the top end. I considered a
used motor, but with the low miles on the bike figured I would just rebuild with new parts.
We hear this a lot when guys use the wrong oil filter and toast the top end. Not very common that this effects the lower end unless he ran it out of oil. Chances are when you split the cases you will find nothing amiss in the bottom.

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2000 miles is still a brand new motor polish up the top end put the oil filter in correctly and ride !!!

btw I doubt they overheated the top end they most likely starved it for oil but installing the oil filter backwards
 

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If your still in need of a crankshaft, i will have one ,replacing mine with a ttr230 one i got for more stroke, so i can sell the one out of my 2015 tw ,funny almost feb anyway ,
 
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