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    Jerry-Supercharger washers

    Hi Jerry,I've got a 06 RXP and an 05 RXT that I'm looking to put supercharger washers in this winter,should I do them myself or send the superchargers to you? Do I need a special tools if I do them? and how much do you charge if I send them to you??
    Thank's for the info


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    If you have never done it before or watched someone do it it's probably best you send them to me. I charge $50 which includes return shipping.

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    I wonder how i'm gonna do mine

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    Here are the do it yourself instructions
    http://69.28.79.48/Instructions/rs1750_hdw_946.pdf

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    Hey Jerry I'm going to do my own when they come in but is there a way to test what they slip at on the bench before I reinstall the SC?

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    Yes, you hold the gear still with the gear holding tool and then test the slip with a dial type torque wrench.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Yes, you hold the gear still with the gear holding tool and then test the slip with a dial type torque wrench.

    Jerry, Do you sell that tool in the on-line store? I could not find it if you do.

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    I sure do. All the supercharger tools are here:
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...cPath=18_11_46

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    Jerry, any word on getting some of those upgraded shaft holding tools?
    I'm changing my clutch this Spring and would like to start with a stronger tool.

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    Yea, i'd like to have a stronger tool too. I'll check on it again today.

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