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    Newbie needs help

    I purchased a 2006 rxp sc with 40 hours on it in July of this year. I put 15 hours on it and my questions after finding this website are how much should it cost to change the ceramic washers to steel and steel ballbearings to ceramic? I live and ride in Ottawa,Ontario,Canada and was wondering if there are any other riders in the Ottawa area who could help me find a good place to take my ski in for service? Thanks.


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    Welcome aboard! Send your SC to Jerry Look to the left for the SC rebuild service link

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    welcome to the forum nice skiwell if you are a do-it-yourself person the metal you should get the metal washers. Jerry's store sells it heres a link

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=381

    heres a picture of where it should go

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/imag...51_hdw_946.gif

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    Welcome to the forum

    I charge $75 to change both the washers and the bearings. The supercharger is easy to remove yourself. Instructions on sending your supercharger to me for service as well as instructions on how to remove your supercharger are contained in this link

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...071#post243071

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    welcome to the forum

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    How Much?

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Welcome to the forum

    I charge $75 to change both the washers and the bearings. The supercharger is easy to remove yourself. Instructions on sending your supercharger to me for service as well as instructions on how to remove your supercharger are contained in this link

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...071#post243071
    What would be the total cost? Have to translate to Canadian $

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    welcome to the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by navenave View Post
    What would be the total cost? Have to translate to Canadian $
    The easiest way is to convert your Canadian funds to US. The fluctuations in todays market make it hard to put a dollar value on it.
    I highly recommend Jerry( Green Hulk) to do this work for you.

    Welcome to the forum. It is good to see someone from Ottawa on here.

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