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    Region 1 CC racer Seadooracer9's Avatar
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    WTB: RXP crankshaft parts; output sleeve, stop sleeve,& sealing

    Rebuilding motor and relize I need these parts. I need a output sleeve pn# 420847952/ stop sleeve pn# 420660280/ and a sealing pn# 420630550. These items are located on the end of the crankshaft. Here is a link to rivas OEM parts website for better pics. If you have these parts please pm ASAP, trying to get ready for Parker race. (items 9/10/11 on riva list )Thanks

    http://216.37.204.203/Seadoo_OEM/Sea...e=13&A=118&B=2
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    How do they come off of the crank? I've got a bad crank and would be willing to remove these, the crank is not in the engine.
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    put a 130/155/185 HP spline tool inside the snout of the crank... big ace socket and a 1/2" impact gun

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    Region 1 CC racer Seadooracer9's Avatar
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    Thanks for the info shibby on removal.
    Lurker PMd you.
    Thanks
    Jim

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    I don't have the spline tool for those engines, sorry Jim
    ~Josh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    put a 130/155/185 HP spline tool inside the snout of the crank... big ace socket and a 1/2" impact gun
    Yes, this will do it. I even had to use a little heat once. Thought it would ruin the stop sleeve but it survived just fine.

    Jim... I sent you a PM.

    Steve... your manifold is on its way in about two hours

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    Jeff you have a PM

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    Josh(Lurker), Thanks alot. This guy is top notch, ran all over to get me these parts by the weekend! Wow!
    Thanks JIM

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    Us west coast guys gotta help each other out... we are the minority here on this site

    Nice job Josh, glad things came together.

    Jim... let me know if I can help out this year,

    Jeff

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    Region 1 CC racer Seadooracer9's Avatar
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    Thanks for the help too Jeff and shibby. Jeff I may take you up on that offer...well see how the build goes..hopefully smoothly.
    Jim

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