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This is a discussion on One Way Bearing within the Engine forums, part of the Technical category; I was just informed that i need a one way bearing for my rhino. Can anyone tell me where i can get one? Rodknock...


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Old 10-16-2010, 03:47 PM
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One Way Bearing

I was just informed that i need a one way bearing for my rhino. Can anyone tell me where i can get one?

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Old 10-16-2010, 03:55 PM
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U can pick one up at ur local Yamaha shop or there's venders on here utv crap may have them not sure. And give me a sec and I'll go get u the down load for the rhino shop manual u can look it up on it and it will dhow u where it is and how to change it never did one yet but I seen others say it's not that bad.

And somthing I did on my dads when his started doing the same thing was I turned his idle up alittle and it's been ok since and if u get the idle alil to hi it will be alittle hard to shift so that helps u know if u go to high on idle hope l this helps.

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Old 10-16-2010, 03:57 PM
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Heres the link for the shop manual.

http://www.utvcrap.com/RhinoService.pdf
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Old 10-16-2010, 04:11 PM
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Thanks guys for the help
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Old 10-16-2010, 04:22 PM
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U can pick one up at ur local Yamaha shop or there's venders on here utv crap may have them not sure. And give me a sec and I'll go get u the down load for the rhino shop manual u can look it up on it and it will dhow u where it is and how to change it never did one yet but I seen others say it's not that bad.

And somthing I did on my dads when his started doing the same thing was I turned his idle up alittle and it's been ok since and if u get the idle alil to hi it will be alittle hard to shift so that helps u know if u go to high on idle hope l this helps.
If it's idling slow u might try that
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