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Old 02-09-2017, 06:37 PM   #141 (permalink)
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Debris took out both clutches, my oil line off the reservoir, and the engine brace (with 2 motor mounts). The glue is used on the engine brace, and that was holding up my repair.

ouch. I didnt realize they were using the glue on that part. I thought it was only the tunnel to bulk head that was glued.
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Old 02-10-2017, 09:04 AM   #142 (permalink)
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We were able to get some glue fairly quick, only took about a week to come in.
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Maybe I missed it, but did you ever find out why the IDD wouldn't power up?
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Old 02-12-2017, 08:21 PM   #144 (permalink)
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Well, good news ... I received a text Saturday morning (while I was up north) that my sled's ready to be picked up. I hope I get a chance to run it at least one more time this season, but it's going to have to be in March since the next two weekends will be spent on a family vacation. Of course Mother Nature is really gonna have to change her tune as well .... ugh, they're calling for mid to upper 40's in the 10 day forecast.

Regarding my IDD - kind of a weird deal there. The battery had a loose cable I guess Strange that it happened at the same time as the ring gear issue, but that was what the dealer said. I didn't even bother to pull the other side panel off - guess I should have and it would have been an easy diagnosis.
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Did your dealer order you a whole new es clutch with the ring gear already bolted to it? My dealer said they ordered all the separate parts.
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Well, good news ... I received a text Saturday morning (while I was up north) that my sled's ready to be picked up. I hope I get a chance to run it at least one more time this season, but it's going to have to be in March since the next two weekends will be spent on a family vacation. Of course Mother Nature is really gonna have to change her tune as well .... ugh, they're calling for mid to upper 40's in the 10 day forecast.

Regarding my IDD - kind of a weird deal there. The battery had a loose cable I guess Strange that it happened at the same time as the ring gear issue, but that was what the dealer said. I didn't even bother to pull the other side panel off - guess I should have and it would have been an easy diagnosis.
Good to hear they have you fixed up.
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Did your dealer order you a whole new es clutch with the ring gear already bolted to it? My dealer said they ordered all the separate parts.
I'll ask him when I go get it this week. He never mentioned separate parts, but very well could have been. I hope not - just from the stand point of piecing together should have also resulted in a balance job (which I'm not sure would have been done).
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Yeah that's true. I believe the es clutches are supposed to be balanced with the gear installed aren't they? Either way, my clutch will be going to indy dan this summer to get properly balanced. Just got my primary back from them for my xcr and it looks like a new one off of the shelf!!
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Yeah that's true. I believe the es clutches are supposed to be balanced with the gear installed aren't they? Either way, my clutch will be going to indy dan this summer to get properly balanced. Just got my primary back from them for my xcr and it looks like a new one off of the shelf!!
What does a Indy Dan balance job run ?
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Yeah that's true. I believe the es clutches are supposed to be balanced with the gear installed aren't they? Either way, my clutch will be going to indy dan this summer to get properly balanced. Just got my primary back from them for my xcr and it looks like a new one off of the shelf!!
I don't believe that to be true. The ones I have seen from him look a lot better than a new one off the shelf!!

Believe it was $200+ parts depending on what you want done. That was balancing, facing sheaves, replacing any worn bushings, rollers, setting belt clearance, etc. He may offer just balancing for cheaper, but I am not aware of that price. The ones brought to him have been with a few thousand miles on them needing to be freshened up.
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