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    Replacing washers in 06 supercharger

    I've taken the SC out of my 06 RXP to replace the washers... by looking at it the washers look easy to replace. Should I attempt this myself or have a professional do it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn202003 View Post
    I've taken the SC out of my 06 RXP to replace the washers... by looking at it the washers look easy to replace. Should I attempt this myself or have a professional do it?
    how many hours on it? you need certain tools to replace the washers and also to check the slip. its pretty easy to ship to Jerry and if close to 100 hours have him rebuild it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn202003 View Post
    I've taken the SC out of my 06 RXP to replace the washers... by looking at it the washers look easy to replace. Should I attempt this myself or have a professional do it?
    I would send it to Jerry, without knowing how many hours are on the charger its hard for anyone to answer your question. Just changing the washers is a fairly simple task providing you follow the exact instructions for assembly thats in the service manual, proper thread locker, proper torque, proper lubricants and etc. If there are many hours on the charger you may be due for other maintenance. Jerry can check the charger for all needed replacements, repairs, or upgrades. What year charger and how many hours on will dictate the needed maintenance.

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    Send it to Jerry. $75.00 is what is costs. Tools are more I believe. He's the best.

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    Its got about 60 hours on it. I'm not to mechanically inclined so I'll just be sending it to Jerry... Thanks guys

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