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Old 05-10-2007, 02:51 AM   #16
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Use the specific One Way lube, Serpent and X Ray make it. Don't be putting other s#it in there, I did that once, cost me the one way! Best to spend the $7-$8 and do it right!
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Old 05-10-2007, 04:03 AM   #17
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Would it be ok if I were to put some glue on the shaft so that the bearing wud stick to it instead of slipping???
put some glue on it would convert the one-way into Spool..

last things you may try, put some thick/heavy grease on internal of outdrive

if it fails, IMO, once it slippin out then no other way to salvage it (one-way bearing),

have you see internal inside the right side outdrive (one-way bearing sit inside it) ?
if it is not damaged (..some tiny cylindrical bearing fall out and plastic cage shattered...) then probably it is worn out due to lack of lubricant..

One-way need specific lubricants (serpent one-way lube on my car) and proper maintenance..
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Old 05-10-2007, 08:05 AM   #18
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Try taking it apart and rebuilding, replacing all the parts with wear, and rebuild with a good lube and replace the blades (if you have them) on the Cvds
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Yep get some one way lube and lube the one ways after cleaning they are probably gunked up and not locking up.

Light oil will probably also suffice - not grease

After reading all the posts. Big B & ShrekNZ gave you the logical/obvious choices. Just clean with motor spray and relube with oneway lube.

grease or glue. These recommendations must be from the guys you are beating at the local track.
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Old 05-10-2007, 08:28 AM   #19
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Yo guys I've manage to resolve the problems right away.....turns out its the one-way bearing being faulty........I jz sprayed WD-40 a couple of times inside the diff and oil it up with some bearing oil.....and the problem seems to have gone.......

What a relief........
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Great. By the way what chassis are you running? If you still want help taking it apart I am sure one of us can help you with your specific chassis and one way.
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I'm running a Pro 4...
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Old 05-10-2007, 11:44 PM   #22
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Here is the page out of the Manual
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Old 05-11-2007, 02:19 AM   #23
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Thnx Big B, but I already have the manuals.......its useless as it did not mention anything about lubricating the bearings and so on.......
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Replace part 75111 if no fix, replace 75140.
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Replace part 75111 if no fix, replace 75140.

Dont worry its all fixed up good...
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Never use bearing oil on your oneway!it will make the drive cup slip when operate,the one way is design to lock when the front tire speed is faster then rear!use proper lube,like oneway grease,oneway lube or car auto transmision oil,just go light on lube(it will not atract dirt).this will do,the oneway will last you for years
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Never use bearing oil on your oneway!it will make the drive cup slip when operate,the one way is design to lock when the front tire speed is faster then rear!use proper lube,like oneway grease,oneway lube or car auto transmision oil,just go light on lube(it will not atract dirt).this will do,the oneway will last you for years

Yo James, my bearing oil is from my car oil.........
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