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    Coupler looks trashed

    Here are a few shots of my driveshaft coupler. I think it's done. Guess it's time to go solid.
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    Seen better days.

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    Mine looks kinda beat too. Not nearly that bad but still beat. Is it really necessary to replace it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 800AMSOIL4U View Post
    Seen better days.
    My main concern was that it was causing the driveshaft to wobble? Bad for the crank, and bad for everything else.

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    Stick a fork in it its done.. Go solid.

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    Just got it removed. Was surprised it came off relatively easy. Here are a few more pics. Guess I never considered this to be an issue
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    Be a good idea to replace, save replacement of other parts down the driveline, shaft, impellar, etc. Zigler prolly has a one for your ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolarisNut View Post
    My main concern was that it was causing the driveshaft to wobble? Bad for the crank, and bad for everything else.
    And there you have it...

    Go solid.


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Looks pretty burnt around the edges.

    Like some chicks I know....

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    I wonder if that has been your main problem the whole time?

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