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    ValBugi's Avatar
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    May 2012
    Oakville, Ontario

    Broken/Damaged part. How important is it?

    Ski: 2001 Virage TXi

    The shroud covering the shaft attached to the rear of the motor is damaged and much of it is missing. I don't even know where to find this piece to replace it, so I am wondering if it'll cause any damage if I completely remove what parts are remaining. Attached is a parts diagram, as best as I can tell it is #3

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    Aug 2011
    Medina, Ohio, United States
    It helps keep wires away from the spinning PTO coupler and keeps grease and water from being slung around the inside of the motor.

    Make sure you get this style for the type of coupler you have Not this style

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    Jul 2012
    Ludlow, KY
    I have one off of a SL 750 if that will work.. Let me know and we can work something out..

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    For some reason only '98 and later SLTX/Virage/Freedom/SLH part number cross.....but pretty much any shroud is close and will work fine. I should have a bunch kicking around....shoot me a few bucks for shipping and I'll send one your way.

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