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    Angry Snapped riva drive shaft....pics of aftermath!!! Now what needs replaced???

    like it says, snapped a riva driveshaft that came with the pump extension...
    Heres the damage to the PTO and coupler... no driveshaft pics as i have already sent it back to riva... also sent them the Stage 3 Sc that it broke also... hopefully they will replace them both...if not i guess im s**t out of luck....
    link to my orignal post...http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...charger-to-run






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    Looks to me like you need a rear pto housing and pto coupler, all seals and pto bearing.

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    You think the crank is okay?

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    If anyone has these parts laying around let me know....I've never had a pto cover off so I'm not sure what all I'm going to need to replace it.... not sure about the crank... I sure hope its ok...

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_dolla44 View Post
    If anyone has these parts laying around let me know....I've never had a pto cover off so I'm not sure what all I'm going to need to replace it.... not sure about the crank... I sure hope its ok...
    To remove the Pto coupler you are going to need a industrial impact 1000ft/lb or a 8ft breaker bar.
    You also want to remove the lower case and inspect the thrust bearings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1300r View Post
    You think the crank is okay?
    I would think so.

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    Should I pull the engine or do it in the ski???

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_dolla44 View Post
    Should I pull the engine or do it in the ski???
    Pull it to do a thorough inspection.

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    Take your ski to riva and drop it off IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Take your ski to riva and drop it off IMO.
    +1... I know where I'd be sticking that driveshaft

    Riva had issues with the flame hardening on the first batch of drive shafts that they had made. I had one, but luckily didn't run it.

    Riva should cover every penny of your costs here... IMO

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