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    Can anyone helpe identify these??

    Found these two small rubber pieces at the rear inside of the hull of my 2005 Gp800r. They are black rubber and are about 1 inch long? Perhaps some sort of spacer? Any suggestions would be a huge help. Thanks!


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    Pictures? That would really help.

    They are probably the pieces that go in between the battery bucket and hull. But without pictures, we're just guessing.

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    This thread is worthless without pics

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    Relax. I uploaded a picture but it did not upload. I will upload it again as soon as I can.

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    If the two pieces have a hole about 3/8 dia it's more than likely what tommy said

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    sorry for the delay...here is the picture of them bothClick image for larger version. 

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    99% sure those go in the rear/bottom of the motor and hook into the driveshaft coupler cover

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    Awesome thanks alot for getting back. I also found this thin rubber piece which appears to have torn off of one of the pieces. Where would the driveshaft be located? As you can probably tell I am not that mechanically familiar the part. Thanks for the help!!Click image for larger version. 

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    At the back of the motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjmattia View Post
    Awesome thanks alot for getting back. I also found this thin rubber piece which appears to have torn off of one of the pieces. Where would the driveshaft be located? As you can probably tell I am not that mechanically familiar the part. Thanks for the help!!Click image for larger version. 

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    yup, thats the broken off bottom of the first rubber pieces

    drive shaft coupler is at the rear of the motor, and there are 2 bosses that stick out with holes in them... those 2 rubber pieces go into the bosses, and the black driveshaft cover snaps into the rubber pieces

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