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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-08-2009, 11:07 PM
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Mine ending up costing $308 in labor, at the dealer.
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they charged $308 for parts and labour?
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I believe that was just his labor as I read in another thread, otherwise I'd be taking my bike where he went!
Yep, just labor cost. I wish that woulda been for everything, but still I don't think it was too bad.

Also, seebeeare, part# 92055-049 is the oil fill plug O-ring?
I believe you mean part#92055-109, RING-O, 5.28X1.78 (3 pieces needed)


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Yep, just labor cost. I wish that woulda been for everything, but still I don't think it was too bad.

Also, seebeeare, part# 92055-049 is the oil fill plug O-ring?
I believe you mean part#92055-109, RING-O, 5.28X1.78 (3 pieces needed)
The 31mm o-rings he has listed is for the spark plug tube.


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I just priced everything at cheapcycleparts.com too and came up with about 40 bucks but I didnt find the exhaust crush gaskets there. thats about 15 less than bikebandit. I know where I'll be ordering from. do they have the crush gaskets?

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Gasket under 3 screw cover

Hi All,
I just recently replaced my stator and balancer dampers and didn't remove the cover with 3 screws. I see it listed here as needing to be replaced as part of this procedure. Is this necessary? Did I miss a step?

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If you didn't remove that cover then that gasket shouldn't need to be replaced. Keep a sharp eye on your oil level to ensure there aren't any leaks and you should be fine.

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