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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-20-2016, 03:52 PM Thread Starter
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Seal for the crossjoint broke when removing drive shaft?

Hello Riders,

So I took my rear wheel off to get the tire changed and when I put it back on, there was a little rubber seal that broke into pieces and fell out of the crossjoint.

It's located on the engine end of the bike where the drive shaft enters. There's that little crossjoint (or yoke?).

I went to partsfisher and it seems like that joint the U-joint and the seal I'm talking about are sold as one unit.

Do you know where I can get this part?

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what part number and model vstar?
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2004 Vstar 1100

I don't know the part number because I can't find the piece individually broken down.

If you see this exploded view 2004 Yamaha V STAR 1100 CUSTOM (XVS11S) Drive Shaft | PartsFish.com

it's where the driveshaft goes into that Y, there was a seal there.
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the only seal in there is 32, it goes in the front of the pumpkin at the rear of the shaft. the front of the shaft has splines which slip into the yoke. there are no rubber parts in the front that i know of.
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That's what I thought too!! So bizarre. But I swear as I was putting the drive shaft back into the yoke a tapered rubber ring fell out, it looked as if it were to keep dust out.

I freaked out at first because I didn't know if the shaft went directly into the tranny, but seeing it goes into a yoke I'm not so worried as it's just to keep dust out.

Unless it fell from somewhere else?

I have the piece the fell out at home, I'll snap a pic and post it.
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Hello Riders,

So I took my rear wheel off to get the tire changed and when I put it back on, there was a little rubber seal that broke into pieces and fell out of the crossjoint.

It's located on the engine end of the bike where the drive shaft enters. There's that little crossjoint (or yoke?).

I went to partsfisher and it seems like that joint the U-joint and the seal I'm talking about are sold as one unit.

Do you know where I can get this part?

Thanks!

Nick
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part # 4TR-22189-00-00 is what you need around 10.00 brand new, part 10 or 11 also pro caliper has best prices i could find and they offer free shipping over 99.00

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I'm confused.......Is he working on a 650 or an 1100.....

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I'm confused.......Is he working on a 650 or an 1100.....
doesn't matter the dust boots are available for the 650 or the 1100 all sold separately 2005 Yamaha V STAR 1100 CLASSIC (XVS11AWT) Rear Arm Suspension | Babbitts Yamaha Partshouse

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You said "part # 4TR-22189-00-00 is what you need"...... he doesn't need a part for a 650.....so it kind of matters. That's why I was confused........

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