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Old 11-11-2012, 02:31 AM   #51
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Re: Front Sprocket Nut

Originally Posted by asdfjklm View Post
Here you go Kevyz80...

The size that I used was an M18/1.0/Lefthanded. I did have to Special Order this from a local Tool Supplier, so I hope you WON'T have to do the same. I believe it cost me 6 or 7 USD when I picked it up for my bike a couple years ago.

Here are a couple pics of it, sorry the first is blurry...

Relative size with a DVD ...

The Die by itself

SOS can any body help I need 1 of these die nut and a new nut . Would any one be able to help me sorce them (uk) . Don't mind waiting
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Old 11-11-2012, 07:13 AM   #52
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Re: Front Sprocket Nut

pm to you mansell19 123

Sprocket Nut and Washer can be purchased from the Dealership in your general area.

Here are the part numbers from Yamaha-motors dot com

90215-21290-00 LOCK WASHER
90179-18006-00 NUT

I'm not sure of the price, as it didn't give me one, but these are the parts and part numbers that you need. I cant imagine it costing more than 10 GBP.

If you need direction on "where to find them" on the yamaha motors website, let me know and I'll give you a play by play to track em down. I've used that parts catalog MANY times before walking into the dealership to order parts because most parts guys don't really have a clue on what they're doing or how to find the shyt that you REALLY need.

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