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Old 06-07-2011, 03:37 PM
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Changing One Way Bearing

my rhino started to free wheel this weekend so from what ive gathered on here its the one way bearing going bad.
is this something i can do myself at home or are there any special tools required? ive done my own clutch kit so im familiar with all that, but havent been as far as the bearing.
also is there anything else in there that need should be replaced at this time? from looking at the parts i see there is one gasket that would probably have to be replaced but would that be it?
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Old 06-07-2011, 04:46 PM
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my rhino started to free wheel this weekend so from what ive gathered on here its the one way bearing going bad.
is this something i can do myself at home or are there any special tools required? ive done my own clutch kit so im familiar with all that, but havent been as far as the bearing.
also is there anything else in there that need should be replaced at this time? from looking at the parts i see there is one gasket that would probably have to be replaced but would that be it?

Yes, that's it. When you install the one way bearing in the clutch bell, be sure you cannot see the writing ( this side out ), and you might want to change the oil at the same time.
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:19 AM
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moto, looks like we are in the same chapter of the rhino life cycle, always with in weeks of each other. did you ever change this? my rhino stopped engine breaking and making a weird noise this weekend.
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:58 AM
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my rhino started to free wheel this weekend so from what ive gathered on here its the one way bearing going bad.
is this something i can do myself at home or are there any special tools required? ive done my own clutch kit so im familiar with all that, but havent been as far as the bearing.
also is there anything else in there that need should be replaced at this time? from looking at the parts i see there is one gasket that would probably have to be replaced but would that be it?

Yes, that's it. When you install the one way bearing in the clutch bell, be sure you cannot see the writing ( this side out ), and you might want to change the oil at the same time.
Actually that's correct . If you can see the writing on the bearing in the clutch bell, it is installed backwards. The bearing should be installed on the shoulder of the wet clutch assy, in this position you should rea the words " out side ".
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Old 07-17-2011, 10:01 AM
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Any special tools needed to change it... or any other parts like gaskets other than the one way bearing itself?

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Old 07-19-2011, 05:08 PM
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moto, looks like we are in the same chapter of the rhino life cycle, always with in weeks of each other. did you ever change this? my rhino stopped engine breaking and making a weird noise this weekend.
you better hope your not following in my steps. ive not changed my bearing yet because i also seem to need a new wet clutch. so until i scrap up the $500 for that job the rhino is parked in the garage
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Old 07-19-2011, 07:54 PM
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dude! dont scare me like that! mine is still running strong besides the free wheeling going down hill. what did yours do?
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any pictures anyware to refrence just trying to get ready to rip mine apart for a one way
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Any special tools needed to change it... or any other parts like gaskets other than the one way bearing itself?

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No special tools....get a gasket and an oil change kit though!
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