Dec 28, Any ideas on how to remove the pivot bushing from a '00 touring spindle. I have the ski off but that metal bushing will not budge, I am sure it's probably never been greased.
I have some wear in it so it must come out. ThanksEstimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Nov 16, Kenai, AK. Nov 14, #2. I put the nut back on the upper/lower ball joint loosely and smack the nut end with a 2# hammer. You can put a block of wood in between to prevent damage. Takes a few smacks but should come. It has a taper fit on the ball joint into the spindle. Dec 11, SKI-DOO. Problem With Ski Spindles Bushings Seized. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 3 of 3 Posts. Z. ZIPPARS02mxzsp Registered.
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Oil-Tite Self Lubricating Bronze. This 4 pack does both spindles on your sled. These bushings are commonly “gone” in and older sleds.
We rebuilt 4 Ski-Doo XP’s in the shop this year and every single one needed these bushings. The old ones were paper thin IF they were even there at all! Made from Oil-Tite Bronze. Made in the USA!SKU: SDSpindle Category: SkiDoo Tags. Oct 12, SKI-BUSHING - posted in REV-XP / XS Chassis - Performance Trail Inch Models: Have been working on some 08 XPs.
Have found that the ski-bushing are all worn out. On the spindle there are two brass bushing, one on each side of spindle to center the ski bolt in the spindel and they are going.
The sleves in the spindel are just floating. This has been on two XPs with over. May 19, Here are a couple of snaps of the spindle. The ski's are Powder Pro's and they don't have any spacers between the ski and spindle.
It also looks like the bushing has worked its way into the center on the worst side, but I haven't dismantled yet so I can't be sure. I'll put three bushings in there too, thanks for the tip Dave.