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Part numbers for spline seal? Final drive seals?

What's the part # for the o-ring that's replaced during spline greasing? It's hard for me to tell from the parts diagrams.

Also what are the seals for the final drive if it's leaking oil? I think one of mine might be leaking but there are a lot of seals on the diagram.

I have my new tires arriving today and want to get this done by the weekend if I can. Thanks.

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Parts found with Part Number: 92055-1044
Description "0" RING,I.D=18.64MM

From some guy on another board "I picked up a plastic container of #17 O-rings at Lowes that worked perfectly. There were aproximately 10 rings and they cost around $2. Should be enough to last 100,000 miles."

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Parts found with Part Number: 92055-1044
Description "0" RING,I.D=18.64MM

From some guy on another board "I picked up a plastic container of #17 O-rings at Lowes that worked perfectly. There were aproximately 10 rings and they cost around $2. Should be enough to last 100,000 miles."
Some riders pick up a Metric Assortment Box of O'rings (a couple hundred ?) for under $6.00....then pick a suitable replacement.
...use of many O'rings over time.


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Cheap enough for the genuine part so I'll do that. Any others I should do at the same time before I place my order? Thanks.

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Final Drive Leak by the Front Bevel Gear Case

I hope this isn't a hijack. I have gear oil leaking from the front of the propeller shaft housing. The gear oil level in the final drive has been dropping slowly.

I can't tell by the repair manual diagrams what seal needs to be replaced, what kind it is, O-ring or otherwise, and what the procedure is to replace it.

Anybody know. I have a pretty good assortment of O-rings and even a spare final drive I can throw on if it proves to be time-cosuming to replace the seal.

Its a 93 VN750.

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Found the answer waaay down in the forum https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15189.

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Yeah, I was going to say I think the front looked like it needed a special tool. Fortunately mine only leaked out of the vent because I set it down flat. Glad you found your answer. Good luck on the repairs!

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