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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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rhino 700 secondary sheave

was out in sand hollow utah over the weekend
running some dunes went up a 20' steep dune then down the side to a gradual incline along the incline
Bam ! a very loud noise under the center console had a little smoke and smell of burning rubber
figured i toasted the belt
got towed back opened up the housing to see the belt intact and found this
anyone ever experience this ? shouldn't the belt be the weak link ? is there a superior aftermarket secondary sheave ? how about a primary ? i plan to replace both
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 06:00 PM
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Welcome to the site, OEM is the superior, only aftermarket I'm aware of is china junk. I have not seen or heard of that before. The only sheave failure I've had was the fixed primary striped the splines in 9,000 miles of trail riding. Have you fired it up and run it through the gears, belts are tough you may have a tranny problem.

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In 16 years of doing this I have never seen a secondary come apart and the only parts to buy are Yamaha, however our machined sheave for the primary is worth getting.

You can get a used secondary from www.powersportsnation.com


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Unhappy secondary sheave

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Welcome to the site, OEM is the superior, only aftermarket I'm aware of is china junk. I have not seen or heard of that before. The only sheave failure I've had was the fixed primary striped the splines in 9,000 miles of trail riding. Have you fired it up and run it through the gears, belts are tough you may have a tranny problem.




thanks RR not what I wanted to hear regarding a tranny issue but does make sense. ill fire it up cross my fingers and shift
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That picture with the clutches still intact couple questions, why is there a screwdriver through the fan on secondary?

Where is your bearing support that goes around the primary at?

What is that device under the driver seat?
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