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Can any one help me or tell me where to find this bearing? It goes between #30 Driven Gear, and #31 output shaft. I don't see it onany og the parts diagrams.

It is for a 2007 650H1 Prowler
 

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Can any one help me or tell me where to find this bearing? It goes between #30 Driven Gear, and #31 output shaft. I don't see it onany og the parts diagrams.

It is for a 2007 650H1 Prowler
outwest/shane will know.............
 

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thats the iner bearing its number 10 on babbitts part list i think its listed under crankcase section on there list
 

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thats the iner bearing its number 10 on babbitts part list i think its listed under crankcase section on there list
Yeah they show up for a 2008 but I can't find them for the 2007 I hope they are the same. Funny my local dealer Bass Pro (Mesa AZ) has spent hree days not finding them.
 

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You are talking about your Output shaft bearing. The latest part# is 0832-077.

It is listed under the Crankcase, but for whatever reason the 2007 does not show the Crankcase as an option. All the 650's use the same bearing.
 

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Thanks I will order it today. I bought the machine in this condition and was unaware of the transimission problem it had but all of my gears appear to be in good shape, is there anything else I should look at? When the bearing went it scared up the piston I will likely throw a new piston kit and hopefully be good to go for a while.
 

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Thanks I will order it today. I bought the machine in this condition and was unaware of the transimission problem it had but all of my gears appear to be in good shape, is there anything else I should look at? When the bearing went it scared up the piston I will likely throw a new piston kit and hopefully be good to go for a while.
look at the driven gear that runs off the oil pump.
 

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driven gear

That gear looked ok but I am ordering a new pump just for safety measure too.
there is a updated number for that gear now,0812-083 its 30 dollars.if you can keep track of how much money you will have in your project.thanks.mike
 

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i wounder how the output shaft bearing being bad would scare the piston you wasent talking about the crank shaft bearing was you just woundering
 

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If you are going to replace your Output shaft bearing, you NEED to replace your bevel gears at the same time. The old style are prone to break. I have not heard of any issues with the new style bevel gears. Since you are going to be in there anyways, now would be the time to do it. I would HIGHLY recommend it, whether your current gears look fine or not. Just good insurance. Don't want them to break and risk breaking your case as well. I think doing them now will likely save you a lot of money and headache later. And do the oil pump driven gear as well.

Here are the parts you will need:

The part numbers for the bevel gear updates are...
0822-122-- -KIT, REAR SECONDARY-H1
0832-077--- BEARING, OUTPUT SHAFT
0830-084--- GASKET, BASE
0830-085 ---GASKET, CYLINDER HEAD
0412-338 ---GASKET, EXHAUST PIPE
0830-128 ---GASKET, MAGNETO COVER
0830-116 ---GASKET, COVER-CLUTCH
0830-174 ---GASKET, V-BELT COVER
 

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I am having issues finding 0822-122 kit, does any one know where to get it and if it has been changed to a 0822-146?
 

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