Yamaha WR No.2 Grease Alternative?

Old 11-22-2018, 06:53 AM
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Default Yamaha WR No.2 Grease Alternative?

Looking for suggestions for an alternative to Yamaha WR No.2 grease (p/n 90790-74046-00) for application to the driveshaft splines on a Yami F200XB 2015 in-line 4; seems like there is none of this grease in the states!

Something Molybdenum Disulfide based?

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Old 11-22-2018, 07:07 AM
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I use Sierra Pro Performance Grease on my 2001 Yamaha 225 spline since 2005 no problems for protection and lubrication on the spline. Made for temputre swings.

Here is West Marine description of this product:

High performance grease formulated engine yokes and coupler splines and much more.

The splines of engine yokes and couplers are constantly loaded in one direction or another and are subject to large temperature swings. To protect these components from wear you need a lubricant that can stand up to the abuse. Sierra Pro Performance Grease is that grease. This lithium based lubricant is formulated to provide excellent corrosion protection in both saltwater and freshwater conditions and performs in temperatures from -40°F—350°F. Ideal for coupler and yoke splines, this grease is also great for trailer wheel bearings, outdrive pivots, U-joints and other moving parts that are exposed to moisture and heat. Pick up a tube of Sierra Pro Performance Grease and protect engine yoke and coupler splines and so much more.

Key Features
  • Formulated specifically for engine yoke and coupler splines
  • Lithium based grease
  • Great for trailer wheel bearings, outdrive pivots and U-joints
  • Replacement for MerCruiser 92-816391A4
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Old 11-22-2018, 07:10 AM
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Corrosion Block. Good stuff!
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Old 11-22-2018, 07:17 AM
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Molybdenum Disulfide Grease would be the alternative if WR No. 2 is not available.
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