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Old 05-16-2024, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default Input shaft and gears condition?

Is there any way of reasonably determining if the input shaft and gears are shot on a Yamaha g22 without removing the transaxle case and opening it up? All I know so far is there is no play in the input shaft when I tried moving it with the secondary taken off.
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Old 05-17-2024, 06:19 AM   #2
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Is there any way of reasonably determining if the input shaft and gears are shot on a Yamaha g22 without removing the transaxle case and opening it up? All I know so far is there is no play in the input shaft when I tried moving it with the secondary taken off.
This is what you want. Why do you think the input shaft is bad? Are you getting a loud howl that is especially noticeable in neutral?
The G-22 shaft was better than the G-16 shaft. The sliding sheave would wear out the G-16 but not so much on the 22. If anything, the bushing in the secondary will wear first.
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This is what you want. Why do you think the input shaft is bad? Are you getting a loud howl that is especially noticeable in neutral?
The G-22 shaft was better than the G-16 shaft. The sliding sheave would wear out the G-16 but not so much on the 22. If anything, the bushing in the secondary will wear first.
I just put a new secondary clutch in last week. New spacer, spring seat, sliding sheave, fixed shave and nylon spacer. Greased it a good amount. And it still making a rattle/clicking noise once i get past i'd say have throttle and put the pedal to the floor. I'm replacing the starter belt today. And I'm going to remove the drive belt and run it for a bit without to see if the noise goes away (I'm fairly certain I did it once before and the noise disappeared. Here's a video of the current situation:

https://youtube.com/shorts/5kOxEUidp...n6118nATfxQP5i
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