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Old 13 Aug 2007
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Oil pump gasket required?

Hi all,

I have just received a new oil pump for my 3AJ Tenere as I am replacing the damaged old one, and there is a cardboard gasket in the box with it.

The original oil pump did not have a gasket between it and the crankcase, and my parts list doesn't show one either (just 2 O rings, which I am replacing).

Should I use this gasket?

Thanks,

Mark
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Gasket

Ha! I had the same dilemma when I replaced the oil pump on my 34L recently.

I decided that the safest option was to use the gasket, and everything seems to work very well since - oil spews out the bleed hole faster than I've ever seen before!
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Thanks for reply

Thanks XTFrog,

I will do likewise,

Mark
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Hello,
I was wondering if you guys could help me out by posting the part # for the upgraded oil pump and drive wheel?

My xt is ancient history here in Canada. It's a 1986 model. Aparenty the pump for my bike is available but I want to be sure it is the later high volume one. My parts guy says that he should be able to determine this by comparing the Canadian vs. European part #'s.

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Part Nos

OK Pawlie, a quick grub around in the rubbish of my garage produced the parts invoice with the numbers:

Oil pump is 3AJ133000000

You will also need

O-rings: 932101336100
Gear wheel: 3AJ133250000

Good luck
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Thank you!

xt frog,
Many thanks for digging up this information.
My xt will be getting a new heart transplant this winter.
cheers,
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