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 Post subject: Fork Seals 1981 rd350lc
PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:28 am 
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Looking to replace my fork seals. called my local Yamaha dealer and they only offer a seal kit....seal and dust boot for $40 ea. Does anyone have a part # for the seal only.

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4L0-23145 - its in the parts book you can get from rd350lc.net

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:47 am 
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That part# is superseded by a new # which they call a fork seal kit ...... $33 per/kit

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Ahh ok, I found the older ones I guess, they are still out there...

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Ahh ok, I found the older ones I guess, they are still out there...

Whats the part for the new 'kit'?

I have a friend who needs the boots if you only need seals maybe we can sort something out?

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Interesting. Its 4L0W231200
All you get is one seal and one washer

https://images.cmsnl.com/img/products/oil-seal-set_big4L0W231200-01_3783.jpg

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Ahh those are the washers that stop the bush from moving, and never need to be replaced :/

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My local parts guy found some seals around $10 ea. size 32x43x12.5 Does anyone know if the spacer is installed with lip facing up or down ?

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JonW wrote:
Ahh those are the washers that stop the bush from moving, and never need to be replaced :/

Any one know if the lip on the spacer faces up or down ?

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Ive seen them fitted both ways, but usually up as its easier to lever them out later.

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