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    Re: stand up riders

    My cell number is 615- four eight four -1231
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    Re: stand up riders

    I just talked to my mechanic and he cant even touch the ski till next week so maybe next weekend we can shoot for something

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    That sucks, my little brother is picking up a B1 for himself so that should be pretty fun along with my buddies 650sx with 750 big pin
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    Re: stand up riders

    I live in GA but just came back from Norris Lake..... Cool Lake...

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    Thinking about riding stones creek today because they are generating on priest which will create some awesome waves to ride
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    Re: stand up riders

    Quote Originally Posted by Matteblackz28 View Post
    I just talked to my mechanic and he cant even touch the ski till next week so maybe next weekend we can shoot for something
    Who's your mechanic? If you want, I can help you fix it (if you haven't had it done yet).

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    Re: stand up riders

    My friend randal wallace went to school for workong on small engines i could probaly do it if i had the time but with work and my new project car im just ready to have ot ready for the water
    Do u know if the engine has to come all the way out or can u just slide it all the way forward?

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    I've never worked on a x2 before, but it looks like to pull the drive shaft you'll have to pull the gas tank first. The drive shaft on most skis I've worked on are pretty long, so it's likely that you'll have to take the engine out instead of just pulling it forward (to where the gas tank was). To pull the engine forward, you'll have to disconnect everything to pull it out, so all you'll have to do is lift it up from there.

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    Re: stand up riders

    From wat i understand i striped the aluminum piece that screws onto the shaft behind the engine

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    That's called the coupler. There are 2 of them. One on the driveshaft and one on the crankshaft of the engine (there's a rubber piece in between them). If you managed to strip either of them, you need to remove the engine and the driveshaft (it would be really hard to fix that without having them out of the ski).

    Have you already gotten all of the rope out of the pump area? Does the impeller spin when you hit the starter button? I'd imagine that it's pretty hard to strip one of those couplers. You also could have stripped the splines of the driveshaft that go into the impeller.

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