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    newbieeee bendix flywheel cover parts

    so i bought my first jet ski 1995 TigerShark Monte Carlo 640. Starts runs rides for awhile. bendix not engaging. researching replacing the bendix i have seen some stuff that says there is a bushing and a spring that goes on the flywheel or anther diagram shows its a washer washer washer. idk i have searched and read and read dozens of post. Someone have the time to help me on the correct diagram and proper procedure on this. Thanks Guys for your time!!

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    Re: newbieeee bendix flywheel cover parts

    There are 6 or 7 10mm bolts that secure the mag cover to the crankcase on that engine. Once these are out (which you can do in the hull on that engine) you can remove the front cover making sure you are pulling straight out. The magnets on the flywheel are going to try to pull the cover back into place and the Bendix bushing is going to try and pull the cover crooked. You must pull straight. If you honestly care I believe there should be one thin washer behind the Bendix and one thin one thick in front of it. The Bendix spins in copper bushings which are pressed into the crankcase and mag cover.

    I have rebuilt many tigersharks and if I can't find/use the original washers I put it together with out them and have never had a problem. Just make sure to put lots of marine grease in the bushings.
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    Re: newbieeee bendix flywheel cover parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Associated98 View Post
    Bendix and one thin one thick in front of it. The Bendix spins in copper bushings which are pressed into the crankcase and mag cover..
    where can i find said copper bushings. haven't even seen them on any diagrams? thanks man !

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    Re: newbieeee bendix flywheel cover parts

    Im not sure if they are available separately. Ive only seen them already pressed into the crankcase and magneto cover. You can try searching ebay, thats where I usually find the proprietary hardware pieces.
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    98' TS1000R
    97' Daytona 1000
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    94' Montego (my first) sold
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    95' Daytona parted out
    95' Barracuda sold
    96' Montego sold
    96' Daytona (the one that got away...) sold
    96' Monte Carlo 900 sold
    97' Daytona 1000 clean and beautiful. You will be missed.
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    Re: newbieeee bendix flywheel cover parts

    if you need bushing in casing go to a alternator and starter repair shop probably they have similar bushing they use to rebuilt starter. or you go to a machine shop and they can do multiple one for low cost.
    Tigershark Daytona 640 1995
    Tigershark 644 1993

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