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Ski-Doo extrovert driver part #'s

Discussion in 'Mod Results' started by POWERHAULIC, Apr 5, 2006.


  1. POWERHAULIC

    POWERHAULIC VIP Member VIP Member

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    The numbers are as follows.......
    All drivers are white internal/external, and very good quality.

    9 tooth #504152503
    10 tooth #504152502

    :Rockon:
     
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  3. dirkdiggler

    dirkdiggler Suspended

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    If you use these drivers do you keep the stock outside ones on the shaft as well?
     
  4. POWERHAULIC

    POWERHAULIC VIP Member VIP Member

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    nope, just two in the middle
     
  5. Sled Dog

    Sled Dog Lifetime Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    Do you have to get the stock ones pulled off and these new ones pressed on at a shop? I have never done this but I want to put some on the 04 mountain
     
  6. POWERHAULIC

    POWERHAULIC VIP Member VIP Member

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    Yes, a shop press is needed
     
  7. dirkdiggler

    dirkdiggler Suspended

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    Can you leave the outside one on or are you required to remove them.


    thanks for the info
     
  8. POWERHAULIC

    POWERHAULIC VIP Member VIP Member

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    I suppose you could leave them, but why would you.....
     
  9. happytrails

    happytrails Lifetime Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    One thought would be to run outsides with no drive teeth. This would help keep from flexing the rods in the track and offer some stability of the track
     
  10. POWERHAULIC

    POWERHAULIC VIP Member VIP Member

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    Possibly, but the track will not be as tight as stock not sure of any benefits by reinstalling outside wheels.
    As far as stability, if more were needed anywhere it would be at the rear of the rails, not up at the drivers.
    IMO leave them out.
     
  11. hlmrx1

    hlmrx1 TY 4 Stroke Guru

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    I would think the same, if you drive the track evenly across, there is less chance of stress and having the track fail prematurely. From what I’ve seen though you would have to take the stock outside ones and flip them and drive the inside lugs as the holes in the track along with the lugs on each side would now be driven from the anti ratchet drives. The only lugs left to drive are the ones in the center of the track. I think there would be more advantage to this than the extra bit of weight disadvantage.
     
  12. dirkdiggler

    dirkdiggler Suspended

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    Cool thanks for the Info. I'm going to get a set and dump the stock yamaha ones!!!
     
  13. number1kyster

    number1kyster TY 4 Stroke God

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    My shaft is at the shop right now and it looks like you cant install the outside ones with the skidoo drivers. The teeth dont quite line up.
     
  14. 1CrazySledder

    1CrazySledder Lifetime Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    Okay, which ones do I get? I have a 2006 RTX that I will be putting a 136" suspension on it and a Turbo next season. What would be the differances from 8 tooth, 9 or 10? Thanks.

    Vince
     
  15. I want to improve the aproach angle on my 2007 phazer by installing bigger drivers. Are these drivers 3" pich or 2.52"? If I put 10 tooth drivers in with my 2 1/4 track it only leaves about a 1/4" of gap between the track and the heat exchanger, is that enough?
     
  16. n2oiroc

    n2oiroc Expert

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    i just bought a set of the 9 tooth and they look like nice pieces. do the milled out spots on the drive lugs go on the inside or outside?
     

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