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Try hitting the throttle really quick when going downhill and see if the engine braking kicks in. If not, yeah, the one-way bearing is shot. The one-way bearing allows the engine braking to kick in and out. Haven't had to get into that with my Rhino yet, so I don't know how big of a job replacing it is.
 

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Thank You Dave, it would probably be best to replace it? Since I’m removing the motor to rebuild! Is they’re anything else that should be replaced while it’s out? Thanks Again Dave!
 

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It's not too hard to replace depending on your skills. It's in the wet clutch area behind the CVT. Can be done without pulling motor.
 
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