Dirt Tricks Countershaft Dome Spring Washer

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So far so good

DANIEL in OR

Comments On Aug 07, 2014:works as advertised have not had any issues

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leak be gone!

Thomas in PA – Machine this part was bought for: 2010 KTM 450 EXC-R

Comments On Mar 08, 2014:Never knew the stock washer was a one time use deal. till I read up on it. the Dirt tricks hit the mark on this one. no more leaking! comes with all you need. No more oil spots on me or the bike.

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Stop the dreaded leak

Rick in CA – Machine this part was bought for: 2010 KTM 530 EXC-R

Comments On Jan 18, 2014:If you're experiencing the dreaded countershaft seal leaking woes, here is the cure... 1. Buy the Enduro Engineering/All Balls Racing (they are made by the same manufacturer just packaged for either company) countershaft seal kit. This kit comes with 2 different thickness o-rings. Install the larger 0-ring, new collar and new dust seal. 2. Buy a new countershaft bolt, an OEM replacement with the loc-tite compound pre-applied. 3. Buy this Dirt Tricks dome washer. The OEM replacement will not hold its shape when applying the 100Nm torque that is required. When it deforms it will not apply even pressure to the sprocket and collar, thus allowing oil to seep by and creating the ACOS (automatic chain oiling system). 4. Make sure you orient the countershaft sprocket with the raised ridge facing inwards (to mate with the seal collar) and tighten your new bolt to the recommended torque specs. No more oil leak!!!

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Excellent product as usual

kenneth in AZ – Machine this part was bought for: 2007 KTM 525 EXC 4-Stroke

Comments On Jan 13, 2014:Dirt tricks did it again. Not only a higher quality material, but it's a little larger diameter so it even worked with a sprocket that had a deep groove worn in it from the stock dome washer.

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Great product

Wes in ID – Machine this part was bought for: 2009 KTM 530 XC-W

Comments On Dec 25, 2013:Any product that prolongs the life of your countershaft seal is great one in my book. Product is cheaper than a seal replacement.

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