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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-29-2008, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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Help.........

Replaced my sheave with a machined sheave about 800 miles ago. Had a vibration so thought I would pull the cover off and this is what I see........


both sides are all pitted up.



so I pulled it appart.




I found a couple flat round metal rivet head looking things in the bottom over the cover.








Does anyone know WTF they are or where they could of came from??

Any idea's???


Looks like I will have to replace both sides:banghead:




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Never seen those before

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Never seen those before
I cant figure out where they came from either

I was getting 57mph with it one up and 55mph with the wife and kids. Last trip it had a little vibration and I lost about 10mph so I thought I would take a look.
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I still have my stock one / somewhere out in the garage if you want to put it on and try it .....

give me a call
Had a great ride up in the canyon Dec. 26 ( Lots of snow ) ..Found a guy with "Justin's Disease " to the rhino .....No fuel ........................

Got it going a while but had to two him the last 2 miles to his trailor
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I still have my stock one / somewhere out in the garage if you want to put it on and try it .....

Thanks for the offer - We are heading out to Superstition Wed morning so time's not on my side. For now I'm going to put it back together and run the shit out of it as is........


Also noticed that the belts been rubbing the inside of my cover pretty good.....
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Thanks for the offer - We are heading out to Superstition Wed morning so time's not on my side. For now I'm going to put it back together and run the shit out of it as is........


Also noticed that the belts been rubbing the inside of my cover pretty good.....
The wear on the cover is normal... to an extent. Thats just the belt reaching its limits on the machined sheave.


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oh... and you better take a spare belt with all of those pits on the sheave!


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oh... and you better take a spare belt with all of those pits on the sheave!
Yup I'll throw one under the seat just in case
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Bump - now that everyone is back

another question.... Is the clutch pack sealed??? if it came appart could parts get into the sheave area???
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Thinking the rivets are from some thing comming in the air Pick up

THERE IS ALWAYS SOMEONE FASTER

BUT ONLY A FEW CAN FLY

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