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Oil Seepage 5 months 2 weeks ago #32133

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The washer should be on the timing chain tensioner bolt.  It is an oil sealing washer.  Kawasaki part number 92022-077.
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Oil Seepage 5 months 2 weeks ago #32134

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The washer should be on the timing chain tensioner bolt.  It is an oil sealing washer.  Kawasaki part number 92022-077.
In my case I found a metal washer, its thickness prevented fixing the tensioner plunger after adjusting the tension.

In no case did I find a washer of oil sealing material.

On my other KZs the tensioner can be locked by tightening the nut, preventing any teeth from jumping during a strong reduction.


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Oil Seepage 5 months 2 weeks ago #32135

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Edit. My bad, good catch. When parts arrive I'll inspect my tensioner to see if washer is metal or fibre or??
 
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Oil Seepage Cam Cover end-plugs 5 months 2 weeks ago #32149

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2024-01-24 Oil Seepage, Starter Motor, Timing CoverWhat's behind the timing cover. Sealed by O-Ring.O-Ring shape? Looks flat. Need to see if Rick's comes w O-Ring or not. [img]https://candybuttorg.ipage.com/pix/motobikes/wrenching/KZ1300/2024-01-24 Oil Seepage, Starter Motor, Timing Cover/6.jpg[/img]  
I bought a complete engine gasket set that also included the O-rings.
This is the starter motor gasket, it is round.


On the left of the photo is the old rubber.




 
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