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post #1 of 5 Old 11-11-2011, 06:37 AM Thread Starter
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I am replacing the drive shaft bearings on my 2002 zl 600 efi . When I received my new bearings I noticed 2 O-rings ,one larger than the other. When I removed the drive shaft I only found one O-ring on the chain case side. Where does the other O-ring belong? Why is one O-ring larger than the other? Thanks for your help
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post #2 of 5 Old 11-11-2011, 09:20 AM
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There is a upper and lower o-ring in the case behind each triangular bearing support. (#21 and #24) They simply slide over the outer part of the bearing so oil won't leak out. These are for inside the chain case - upper and lower. Not one on each side. Maybe you got the wrong kit or someone miss understood if it was suppose to be for the right and left sides. When tightening the triangular bearing support I always use a 1/4" drive short ratchet. If you bend the plate from over tightening, the oil will leak. I always put some silicone around the o-ring to take up any deformity if I should over tighten. I also put silicone on the spline of the drive and jack shafts so the oil won't seep through too. This can drive a man crazy. You will have to see which o-ring matches the one in the kit to know which one goes where. The pic doesn't show size difference.
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The "All Balls" kit I got (14-1008) has 2 o-rings as well. I was wondering the same thing.
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The "All Balls" kit I got (14-1008) has 2 o-rings as well. I was wondering the same thing.
My upper kit 14-1007 has many different O-Rings s well. It's a universal kit since the same set up is use for different models across a number of years. I suspect the same for the lower kit.

Just use the ones for your model/year.
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It is the all balls kit. Thanks for the responses. The bigger ring is the same as the one I took out. I just wanted to ensure that there was not suppose to be 2 o-rings on.
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