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    riva washer ???????

    If riva sc washer fail will destroys the engine . like the stock washers????


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    Yes, And happened to me twice

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    Yes, And happened to me twice
    thas not good i have 100hour on my !

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    Yes, And happened to me twice
    Then whish washer are the best to buy

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    Riva is considered the best solution in the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaGoat View Post
    Riva is considered the best solution in the US.
    ok thank you guys.

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    I have over 150 hours on mine and they are good so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnatsum743 View Post
    I have over 150 hours on mine and they are good so far.
    thas real good fresh or salt water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnatsum743 View Post
    I have over 150 hours on mine and they are good so far.

    You better knock on wood. It's time for a slip check up.

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    Some people forget that even though the washers are metal, they still wear and still need to be replaced at a regular maintenance interval.

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