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Old 12-07-2011, 05:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im rebuilding my 9 post clutch and the bushing/bearing in the movable sheave is worn but i cant find the replacement part number is it non serviceable? or does someone have the pn

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im rebuilding my 9 post clutch and the bushing/bearing in the movable sheave is worn but i cant find the replacement part number is it non serviceable? or does someone have the pn

What year and sled?
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Old 12-07-2011, 07:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Here is a parts finch and it looks like you might need to buy the whole movable sheave.
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Old 12-07-2011, 08:20 PM   #5 (permalink)
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i was thinking that i repaced it one time on a diffrent sled guess ill take a trip to the stealer and see if the bearing for the secandary is the same it does look close
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I was looking for the same piece last year and the dealer told me its a non serviceable part. I ordered the 98 pn as it lists one but it doesn't fit, OD of the bushing is to large.

$300 gets you a new 6 tower which are much better clutch

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really didnt want to buy a new one but guess i dont have a choice,
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it use to be a servicable part and i'm thinking there is still away to do it but i can't remember how.. maybe message C-note..we chatted about this one time but I can't remember how it goes now..I'm thinking ZRT for some reason.....R2R

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yup... been there. I talked the the local bearing and bushing store and they couldn't figure out exactly what the material was. So I ordered a new clutch, all the good used 9 towers were 200+ so I just bit the bullet.

On the good side the new ones are a good looking piece and seem to be stronger built.
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it use to be a servicable part and i'm thinking there is still away to do it but i can't remember how.. maybe message C-note..we chatted about this one time but I can't remember how it goes now..I'm thinking ZRT for some reason.....R2R

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yep thats what i was looking for thanks
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