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    Buddys 06 rxp lost sc washers

    Got the motor out. Just need to now what to take off the clean out old washers of motor. The 500 bolts that surround the block and what else. Thanks


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    the front oil pump (part oil filler tube bolts to) and the pto housing then you can flush the galleries that run from the front to back along the bottom of the block, clean both screens and inspect/replace the oil pumps as needed. pays to replace the oil relief valve in the bottom of the pto housing (round stainless bung with 10mm head there is a spring and valve under it and can end up sticking after a washer failure

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    Buddys 06 rxp lost sc washers

    Got the motor out. Just need to now what to take off the clean out old washers of motor. The 500 bolts that surround the block and what else. Thanks

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    I would flush the oil pumps and the oil gally's. Split the cases and replace the timming chain also look at the double row flywheel gear.
    You can change timming chain by removing the oil squirters and lifting the crank high enough to remove and reinstal new chain. Have fun.

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    If he ran it after they blew then chances are your going to find pieces in the screens that are near the oil pumps.
    Get yourself a shop manual your going to need it.
    What water4fire said is very true and if you use the search function your going to get a lot of useful info because this has happened to a lot of pre 08 doos.

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    Thanks guys, yeah it pitted everything out. Oil pump was just chewed all up, so were makin a parts list. You hear about it and hear about it but until u really see what kind of damage it does over some CHEAP washers!!! Just piss poor design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonze View Post
    the front oil pump (part oil filler tube bolts to) and the pto housing then you can flush the galleries that run from the front to back along the bottom of the block, clean both screens and inspect/replace the oil pumps as needed. pays to replace the oil relief valve in the bottom of the pto housing (round stainless bung with 10mm head there is a spring and valve under it and can end up sticking after a washer failure
    Very good post, but what do you think crushes the washers up? The timming chain and gear on the crank. I would never use a timming chain after a washer failure. You would be looking for a failure for sure.

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