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Can someone point me to where i can buy in bulk the 2 washers & 2 o rings required when doing oil & filter change on drz400.

I've looked in thumpertalk store but can only find the whole kit including filter & oil. This wont be cost effective for me with the shipping costs from the states.

However if the store does sell just the washers and o rings i wouldnt mind taking the hit if i could buy several at a time :thumbsup:

Sorry if im being a pain as im a newby but please help me out :thumbsup:

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09168-10002 Suzuki GASKET, OIL GALLERY PLUG

09168-12002 Suzuki GASKET, OIL LEVEL PLUG

09280-13004 Suzuki O RING (D:1.9 ID:13)

09280-54001 O RING (D:2.4 ID:52.6)

16510-29F00 SUZUKI FILTER, ENGINE OIL

Heres the part numbers, Search the TT store using these OEM numbers

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Wix sells a filter that includes the rubber o-rings, replace the metal ones with flat brass or al ones and don't replace them after that.

-Zach

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You can get them any where in england, halfords do them in a pack of 10 for £1.99, both sizes.

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cool. I didn't realise they were generic, i thought they were a specific part. What about the o rings? How often do they need replacing?

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just like any other o-ring, when it starts to look bad or nicked or deteriorated etc..usually they last for awhile..............................

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09168-10002 Suzuki GASKET, OIL GALLERY PLUG

09168-12002 Suzuki GASKET, OIL LEVEL PLUG

09280-13004 Suzuki O RING (D:1.9 ID:13)

09280-54001 O RING (D:2.4 ID:52.6)

16510-29F00 SUZUKI FILTER, ENGINE OIL

Heres the part numbers, Search the TT store using these OEM numbers

Thankyo i found this very usefull :-)

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