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Old 03-30-2018, 11:23 AM
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Default 72 Skidozer 300 Driveline Disc-repair/replace

Greetings,
Sheared all the bolts for the driveline disc connection from the transfercase to the differential. Any ideas on where I can find a replacement driveline disc? Looks like the through holes got a little banged up when the shaft came loose. Don't know if I can flatten it out and reuse it?
Reconnected the shaft without the disc so I could run the cat, but would like to put it back together for safety. None of the local auto parts stores were helpful, closest place is 3 hours away.
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Old 03-30-2018, 05:16 PM
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can u find one that matches in size and redrill holes-----?
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Old 03-31-2018, 06:55 PM
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Thanks,
That is where we might be headed, hard to believe it has not been simple process. fingers crossed, a little tricky driving without the brake.
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Old 03-31-2018, 10:02 PM
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Default Re: 72 Skidozer 300 Driveline Disc-repair/replace

Give Mn outdoors a call, click on the ad at the bottom of the page for their website.
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pull back on both levers---lol-----that has nothing to do with driving
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Thanks, Checked out the MN Outdoors website and submitted a request.
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you can't just weld a new center in it if it is still good?
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Thanks Jim,
That is where we are headed next, just worried about getting it flush and the amount of torque on that part. Have some guys at the Caltrans yard who are pretty handy looking at it.
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just wondering what you do with the brake----I had a sv250 and never used it----I now have a sv200 and never use it---I don't even know if it works
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That is what I thought until it started rolling downhill in neutral. I think it is emergency brake/driveline brake to help the tranny when shifting F/R. I have th plow for that purpose not, until I can get it fixed.
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I agree, I use mine all the time. Mostly for shifting forward/reverse when plowing so I don't make the differential clunk but also when backing up to an implement or when stopping on the hill so a kid can jump in. Parking brake is good thing too.
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