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Thought id post a picture of a new oil bolt gasket versus an old one. Wonder if Yamaha based their oil drain bolt torque using a new gasket?
The part # is 214-11198-01-00 .65ea
 

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Interesting, I wonder if this has anything to do with the strippage problems.
 

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Thought id post a picture of a new oil bolt gasket versus an old one. Wonder if Yamaha based their oil drain bolt torque using a new gasket?
The part # is 214-11198-01-00 .65ea
GREAT INFO...


Interesting, I wonder if this has anything to do with the strippage problems.
I picked about a dozen when I first got my Raptor and change them out on every oil change.

-Johnny
 

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I changed my oil today and had a few gaskets laying around so i thought id do a test. The 18ft lbs torque is dead on IF YOU REPLACE THE GASKET. The gasket begins to crush and seal at about 10ft-lbs and continues to crush and get snug at 18ft-lbs. I removed it put on a new one and used a ratchet and cranked it till it was tight then measured it with the torque wrench and it was dead at 18ft-lbs.
 
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