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10-11-2019 12:00 PM
Venomous
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Originally Posted by Nick Bowie View Post
Trying to figure out how to remove the rear axle. Are there any videos out there? Or can some one tell me how. I have some of it removed already. Does pinon gear need to b removed to get axle out. Any help greatly appreciated.
Yes , pinion gear needs to come out... See my post about Spanner nut and socket

https://www.raptorforum.com/forums/7...nion-gear.html
10-06-2019 08:23 PM
Nick Bowie Trying to figure out how to remove the rear axle. Are there any videos out there? Or can some one tell me how. I have some of it removed already. Does pinon gear need to b removed to get axle out. Any help greatly appreciated.
11-09-2010 03:37 PM
Yamahama_Guy Ok... well not to say anything but...........


TOLD YOU SO!!!!


Haha i had a feeling if it was an 80 that most people forget to clean or don't cause its such a little machine. Well im happy problem was fixed!
11-09-2010 01:29 PM
jpmadman hahahaha, Nope. He is far more responsible than the average kid. If he was not he would not be riding with us.

I have 3 nephews and 1 neice all between 11 and 13 years old. 2 of them ride with us all the time and took my personal backyard safety course. The other 2 are not allowed to even ride the raptor 50 because they refuse to obey MY rules for riding. They ask all the time and when i tell them they have to take my course they say "no thank you, thats for little kids" So I tell them they cant ride them.
11-09-2010 11:06 AM
AndrewD Reading this, I was wondering if the nephew took the 80 out when no one was looking, broke something, then put it back like nothing happened. That's what I would have done.
11-09-2010 08:01 AM
jpmadman We fixed it this weekend. Turns out the brakes were frozen up on it. We took it all apart and cleaned it all out and they are fine now. My nephew likes the mud ALOT but doesnt like to clean his machine after. So it usualy gets a spraying and then gets put away. I think he may start washing it better since he missed the last ride due to his break problem. We are firm believers of "take care of it and itll last forever" He was told that he could use it whenever he wanted but he was responsible for all maint and gas with his own money. He works hard to do that but lacks in the washing area of things. He realized this time it was important to do.

All is good now and thanks for all the input.
11-04-2010 10:19 AM
Yamahama_Guy Yeah, did we ever get this fixed man? If not look at jodynbob lol
11-04-2010 10:13 AM
jodynbob Sorry for the solicitation interruption, but just in case it's a blitzed rear end...I'm parting out a Raptor 80 and the rear housing and gears are fine.
11-02-2010 11:13 PM
atv4life95 I know these bikes are semi-auto, but could it be the automatic clutch?
11-01-2010 01:35 PM
Yamahama_Guy Hmmm well it sounds like a gearing problem but it would also be very strange to be one because it was just sitting... i mean you could try taking apart the brake assembly, cleaning, and putting back... Cause i know what you mean about not wanting to rip the tranny apart just to find out that it was a different problem haha. Well i think iv put my knowledge into this, hopefully someone else (preferably who has/had this problem) will chip in. Good luck!
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