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Drain oil ring, part number

Hello!
I'm looking for drain oil ring for my gsx-s 1000f.
I find 2 positions, 09280-17003 (rubber ring) and 09168-14002. I think, what both O-ring isn't compatible (the first is rubber, the second is double bezel).
Help me please find part number drain oil ring.

P.S. sorry for my English (I'm studying).
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Hi there,

09168-14002 was superseded by 09168-14004
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14mm drain plug washers work fine. I picked up mine from Cyclegear. Using vice grip pliers on the stock washer made it really easy to remove.

Also, I recommend using oil filter pliers to remove the stock oil filter. The strap wrench type and universal adjustable 3 jaw type sucks.

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Just another tip for you: when you'll buy a new oil filter, go for one which has a nut (e.g. HF138RC).

That nut will help you to remove the filter easier.
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Just another tip for you: when you'll buy a new oil filter, go for one which has a nut (e.g. HF138RC).

That nut will help you to remove the filter easier.
+1 for the HiFlo Filtro (not K&N, which used to be made by HiFlo Filtro but isn't anymore and has had reliability issues).
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