Where to get a sprocket washer?

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2/1/2019 2:33 PM

The washer that goes behind your front sprocket that you bend over, where can you get one?

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2/1/2019 2:58 PM

Any dealership you go to will probably have to order it anyways so I would just go online to the oem section and order it yourself there.

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2/1/2019 3:11 PM

This ought to go to the dumbgeon.

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The older I get, the faster I was.

2/1/2019 3:50 PM

captmoto wrote:

This ought to go to the dumbgeon.

Lol

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2/1/2019 5:11 PM

Wait... I was actually trying to be helpful. Was this a joke about torquing your sprocket bolts?

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2/1/2019 5:27 PM

kpersonius264 wrote:

Wait... I was actually trying to be helpful. Was this a joke about torquing your sprocket bolts?

The OP cant possibly be too dumb to not know what is inside a hardware store...

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2/1/2019 6:59 PM

kpersonius264 wrote:

Wait... I was actually trying to be helpful. Was this a joke about torquing your sprocket bolts?

No it was serious lol. I can’t fine it anywhere through OEM pages! I’ve looked. I don’t know what the dang thing is called. A Bendy washer? lol.

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2/1/2019 7:00 PM

kpersonius264 wrote:

Wait... I was actually trying to be helpful. Was this a joke about torquing your sprocket bolts?

Blackjack31 wrote:

No it was serious lol. I can’t fine it anywhere through OEM pages! I’ve looked. I don’t know what the dang thing is called. A Bendy washer? lol.

I’ll help look. What year make and model?

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2/1/2019 7:04 PM

Also, while I have y’all guys here. What causes a ridiculous amount of carbon build up? Or oil to be all over everything. I have a yz 250f with around 75 hours on motor total and 24 on top end. Went into the top end tonight to rebuild it and there is like black oil slung everywhere. Covered all my cylinder ports, inside of cylinder (obviously), under my piston, everywhere inside. I did the other top end around 25 hours and it was nothing like this. Use only stock pistons and rings. Have a

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2/1/2019 7:42 PM

I know where you can find a gear washer...laughing laughing laughing

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2/1/2019 8:34 PM

Yamaha name/part number: WASHER, LOCK 90215-20003-00

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2018 KX450F
2005 KX250
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2/1/2019 10:34 PM

kpersonius264 wrote:

Wait... I was actually trying to be helpful. Was this a joke about torquing your sprocket bolts?

Blackjack31 wrote:

No it was serious lol. I can’t fine it anywhere through OEM pages! I’ve looked. I don’t know what the dang thing is called. A Bendy washer? lol.

kpersonius264 wrote:

I’ll help look. What year make and model?

2013 yz 250. I looked on RM and Motorsport but idk what to look under

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2/1/2019 10:40 PM

dkurtd wrote:

Yamaha name/part number: WASHER, LOCK 90215-20003-00

I didn’t read up and I just found. I looked under transmission but I was looking for a sprocket and that thing is like a 3 toothed sprocket. They messed me up.

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