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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-26-2008, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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Sheeve Question

I sure this has been asked.......however.....I am helping step pops put his rhino back together...I wasnt there when it came apart.We have an extra washer thats not on the microfish.....Can that be the after market washer that is installed when a sheeve is done??????? If so can someone explain where it goes.

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in between the sheave halves.

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if the job is all done, i wouldnt pull it back apart to install the washer. your rhino will actually have a tiny bit more top end w/o the washer, the only drawback is that it will wear the belt out faster.

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Ok so what does it do then???? Keep the sheeve from closing too far?



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exactly. without that shim the sheave will close all the way making the belt ride higher on the sheave which gives you more top end. and since the belt is riding higher, it is also tighter, wearing the belt out a little faster. you wouldnt be the first to leave the shim out, you will run into peeps that leave it out on purpose just for that extra top end.

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the washer is supposed to give you a little more low end grunt as well...


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the washer is supposed to give you a little more low end grunt as well...

Yep..... I like the spacer. It adds a little more bottom end.

Did they already put everything back together?

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How thick approximately is this washer/spacer?
I might have to experiment with mine.

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didnt measure... but it looked about half the width of the washer on the outside of the sheave.


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Call Nick over at UTVcrap and see if he will put calipers on it for you. Mine is in my Rhino or I would measure it for you.

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