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2003 rx1 jackshaft bearings

Discussion in 'RX General Talk' started by striperpro, Mar 5, 2011.


  1. striperpro

    striperpro Newbie

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    17
    Location:
    new hampshire
    Does anybody know Napa part number for the jackshaft bearing near the speedometers sensor. I'm hearing some bearing noise coming from there and I'm miles from home but there's a Napa down the road from my motel road. It hasn't blown apart yet can I change this in the parking lot with out pulling it all apart. This rx1 is new to me and I love the power. :4STroke:
     
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  3. striperpro

    striperpro Newbie

    Messages:
    17
    Location:
    new hampshire
    Also what size Allen key do I need for the bearing lock collar.
     
  4. grader

    grader TY 4 Stroke Master

    Messages:
    1,267
    Location:
    northwestern ontario
    i dont think napa has that bearing. its a 6206k if memory is correct. the "k" is for tapered bore. used to only be able to get them from yamaha for over a hundred bucks, but now royal distributing sells a kit with all the jackshaft bearings and seals for about fourty bucks. grab your secondary and try to move it up/down to check the bearing. if its tight then pop the seal and fill with grease. its not really a parking lot job, better to drag it into the room.
     
  5. AttakSnow2

    AttakSnow2 VIP Member VIP Member

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    103
    Location:
    Merrill, WI and White Pine, MI
    Country:
    USA
    Snowmobile:
    Yamaha Viper
    I use the NTN ASS205N Bearing. See if they carry that one or can cross reference that part number.

    I think the allen is a 2.5mm

    Good luck. :Rockon:
     
  6. grader

    grader TY 4 Stroke Master

    Messages:
    1,267
    Location:
    northwestern ontario
    the 205 bearing is for the driveshaft, not the jackshaft.
     
  7. striperpro

    striperpro Newbie

    Messages:
    17
    Location:
    new hampshire
    It ended up being the bearing behind the secondary clutch. 150 yards to home and it blew apart. Limp it home will take bearing apart tomorrow. What's the number for this bearing sand can I change it with out taking chain case apart?
     
  8. 3dog400

    3dog400 Newbie

    Messages:
    8
    Location:
    Vermont
    Country:
    USA
    Snowmobile:
    2003 rx1
    Does anybody have this part #? The bearing behind the secondary? Thanks
     
  9. maim

    maim Moderator Staff Member Moderator Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

    Messages:
    4,806
    Location:
    sudbury on
    Country:
    Canada
    Snowmobile:
    2016 apex xtx/ 2011 apex xtx/ 2009 phaser rtx/x/ 1997 et410t/r
    sry. i usually buy the all balls kits and install all the bearings.
     
  10. Brotherdan

    Brotherdan Pro

    Messages:
    137
    Location:
    Belmont,maine
    Country:
    USA
    Snowmobile:
    2003 rx1er 136"mono 2 rear suspension conversion,muffin works extension, apex seat,apex bars,8"lake effect riser,gytr frontshocks,yamaheater,rocks ridelite,1987 enticer 340ltr 2100miles,1984 enticer 340,1996 wolverine 350,big wheel kit,winch,racks,cai
    Yamaha#93306-20650-00 I would buy oem if it was me,the oem bearing will last a long time,about $35 also they had an upgraded collar to hold the bearing in but if your original collar is in good shape it could be reused ,have heard of people removing that bearing without pulling the chaincase apart but depending on your mechanical skills&tools it would be much easier to to take the case apart&pull &remove shaft assy,there is a write up in the faq section on how to replace
     
  11. Fortress

    Fortress Extreme

    Messages:
    78
    Location:
    Edmonton
    Country:
    Canada
    Snowmobile:
    2004 RX1
    Yup chances are if your bearing blew apart your stuck trying to get outer race out of the frame, I did this with a dremel but be very careful, or somekind of slide hammer would work too
     

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