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    Starter Bendix.

    Hi guys I'm just putting my order through so I can get my ski back together.

    I noticed that when I removed the Pto cover the starter Bendix just wobbled about.

    After a quick looki noticed it went stright back into place by just lining the gear up with the shaft and pushing it back in place.

    Here re is a photo of it lined back up and below the photo is a link to a video of it just wobbling around out of place.

    could you guys please tell me if this is normal. Thanks

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    Last edited by K447; 02-01-2015 at 09:27 AM. Reason: Bendix

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    ncdoo's Avatar
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    Eastern NC
    That's normal. It's supported by the pto cover when assembled.

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    Awesome mate thanks

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    Moderator Snoman's Avatar
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    Correct...And dont forget to put the spring washers back on the bendix shaft when assembling the housing back on too...

  6. #5
    Yeah mate, I've put them to one side ready

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