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    Replacing one way bearing

    Going into wet clutch and considering replacing the one way bearing in my 2014 Viking. Any tips or tricks? Are any special tools needed to remove or replace? What is the difficulty level?

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    Ridin' and Guidin' Timmi's Avatar
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    just labor intensive, here's a couple videos that might help you


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    JBS Performance Extreme Sheave
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    Alba Racing ECU

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    White Shadow " Wolverine X2
    JBS Performance Extreme Sheave
    JBS Performance Suspension Springs
    Alba Racing ECU

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    Thank you for the posts! Parts are ordered. Will start tearing into it next week. Wish me luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mapcom View Post
    Thank you for the posts! Parts are ordered. Will start tearing into it next week. Wish me luck!
    How did you make out?
    I had the one way bearing go out of my 2009 Rhino 700 EFI in 2019. Took it to the dealer. $2000 for entire new clutch assembly with updated one way bearing redesign OR $800 to replace the worn bearing with a new bearing / seals. I chose the cheaper $800 Cdn. fix ($500 US). So far its working as new... 6000 km on original bearing. Its mostly labor charges parts were cheap.

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