Not broke down as I noticed it when doing overhaul for season.
I have my spare secondary clutch on now and am looking to repair the worn out Secondary.
I was hoping that there is a machine shop in NB( as none I know of here in NS) that has been doing a satisfactory job of machining inside sheave to insert a beefier bushing than stock.
The service is available in US but hoped to find this closer to home and in Can dollars.
I am heading to Bathurst/Edmunston area next week on a sled trip and hoped to be able to drop it off to be fixed somewhere.
Buying a new one never entered my mind for 2 reasons 1 design has a small bushing and will likely wear again and 2 AC cost of a new unloaded driven clutch is ridiculous lol.
The Super Village Trailblazers Inc. Snowmobile Lodge will be opening on September 20th 2019, for the season. Come on out and support the club!
Friday...........11:00am - 10:00pm
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Is there a trail other then the one that goes by the community college to get to the #12. Or is that the only way. It looks so close on google maps and im just curious if there is any local trails to get there.
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