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#1 Alpinweiss

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Posted 19 November 2020 - 01:34 PM

Hello dear Doo-people. I have been troubleshooting my belt eating renegade. Shim kit is now installed and I am now trying to figure out the motor stopper. O cannot see how it works as there is so much stuff in the way. I have read that push it against the rubber and tighten. The problem is that it doesn't touch any rubber in the full down position. It just drops and there is a metallic cling sound as it falls to the down position. I have understood that it would stop to the rubber. I see from the feeler gauge hole that there is some yellow rubber with a gray line on it. Is it possible to remove the stopper to see the actual situation, or are there some nuts that drop inside the e module if you unbolt the stopper? Thanks for any comments. Trying to get some peace of mind before the season starts full on.

#2 Ski-B

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Posted 20 November 2020 - 05:42 PM

No nuts dropping in. The 6mm bolts are threaded into the chassis support. Pull the three bolts out and slide the torque bracket out and have a look in there.


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#3 DOOLIFE800

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Posted 20 November 2020 - 09:34 PM

I've had many 800 etecs. My latest is a 16 XRS with now 17,000 miles. Some of my sleds would pull cords, some would just blow belts. But on the 16 I run the belts up to 2,000 and then replace them. They look new. Maybe I got lucky with this one or it could be the Ski-Doo secondary Tower support. Put that on day one. I'm also a nut and Scotch-Brite my clutches every few hundred miles to keep them clean.

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Posted 21 November 2020 - 04:03 AM

How is your enginemounts looking like? If they are finish you will eat belts.

#5 Alpinweiss

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Posted 22 November 2020 - 04:14 PM

Thanks for the info. I will then take out the stopper and see what's up with that. Now it seems I cannot put it low enough to touch the rubber. engine mounts look good, I cannot shake the pot by hand. The sled only has 2000km on it. It has just been grenading belts. I will see the results with the shim kit now, got my measurement around 39,5mm.

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Posted 23 November 2020 - 08:35 PM

Might be time for a clutch tower brace if you don't have one already.






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