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Oil them gaskets?

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I'm going into my '11 Grizz 700 to adjust valve clearance for the first time and when I button everything back up I'll be replacing all the gaskets / o-rings. The 5 I'll be replacing include (from the top down) both valve cover gaskets, cylinder head cover gasket, and the 2 gaskets in the crankcase cover.

Do I need to coat these gaskets with motor oil before putting them on like when replacing your oil filter?

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