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05-25-2015 09:19 PM
QuadManiac Use the bushing with the thrust washers, if i recall correctly.
05-24-2015 03:46 PM
imirsh1 Im in the middle of doing an L&A one way and 52 t. gear. I have a 2001 raptor 660 and on the stock set up it has a bearing that the one way rides on and the new L&A has a bushing. Do I pop the bushing out and run the bearing? Or does it just ride on the bushing If so on the bushing do I leave the original washers that are behind the original bearing?? Please help so I can get this done today!!! Thanks.
05-10-2015 11:58 PM
QuadManiac If your 52T isn't smooth as a baby's butt (and if your one-way grenaded it probably isn't) then it will just damage the new one-way.

IMO. get it!
05-06-2015 08:42 AM
imirsh1 Its an 01 , recommend a 52 t gear as well? I dont want to get in there and realize that I should have bought it.
04-29-2015 12:28 PM
blueranger660 What year model? I just checked ebay and they're available there with and without the 52 tooth gear.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/L-A-Designs-...7c3e13&vxp=mtr
04-28-2015 08:45 AM
imirsh1 I need to do this ! anyone have the link to L&A or any other suppliers?
04-27-2014 09:12 AM
almstlstit

The whole reason my one way failed is the so called ATV mechanic didn't bother to locktite the bolts and found part on a thread in the one way rollers

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08-12-2013 08:28 PM
raptor660r101 Just showing why my oneway locked up
07-15-2011 03:29 PM
dog86
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Originally Posted by blueranger660 View Post
I think that's a good call dog, and welding up the back of the pins then grinding them smooth should work just as well. No decompression is great for bikes that don't get started multiple times during the ride and stay close to the truck and toolbox, perfect for a full race only bike. I bought the Weller pins and I'll endorse them, they work very well but you will have to dip into a $50 bill to own a set...the good news is it's a part you buy once, hopefully.
Yeah I was gonna go without them then I remembered the 50deg day needing a big battery to jump it off of. Then I found all my decompression parts so it made the decision easier...
07-15-2011 02:23 PM
blueranger660
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I took a grinder and a punch and now I will be able to use my decompression setup. I'm gonna weld the pins and not pay $40 for two bolts. They get alot of money out of them suckers. I also have a L&A on the way for my 01 so It should work just fine now. I was pulling the stock one way last night and one of the allen bolts stripped. That was a pain. I ruined about 5 drill bits until I found my good bits lol. But I will be running the decompression on one build and will make the other one functional again before I put in the 13:1 piston.
I think that's a good call dog, and welding up the back of the pins then grinding them smooth should work just as well. No decompression is great for bikes that don't get started multiple times during the ride and stay close to the truck and toolbox, perfect for a full race only bike. I bought the Weller pins and I'll endorse them, they work very well but you will have to dip into a $50 bill to own a set...the good news is it's a part you buy once, hopefully.
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