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    broken stop sleeve

    Pulled my drive shaft and found the bumper torn apart. I also found some plastic pieces behind it. I looked at the microfiche and they appear to be the teeth to the stop sleeve. The main body seems to be intact and still has 2/3 teeth attached. How hard is this to replace?


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    anybody even know the piece I'm talking about?

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    I think you would need to take the rubber seal out of the coupler to get that piece out. Should not be too hard. The seal and plastic piece both have part numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mibunkerking View Post
    anybody even know the piece I'm talking about?
    This? #9
    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....BALANCED-SHAFT

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    yes that's it

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    The old one needs to come out and replaced. Easier said than done....and replace #11 since the job will be made easier with the old out.

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    how do I go about replacing it? doesn't look like it will just slide right out and the new one in.

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    you have to remove the output sleeve (#10) to get to it. It unscrews off the crank

    the bigger question is if your DS bumper and that piece is damaged, what did it do to your thrusts/crank?


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    Not sure WFO. The motor runs great. turns 8700rpm and is the original motor to the ski (06) and i'm sure the bumper and stop are original. The body of the stop seems to still be intact so maybe that has helped.

    how hard is it to get the output sleeve off? is this something I can do in the ski or does it need to come out?

    the only one I have ever had to take off was a PITA. but that motor had sank and sat in salt water for several months.

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    Your gonna need one hell of an impact wrench to get the pto off the crank!

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