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Trouble in Texas

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  1. JaggedEdge89

    JaggedEdge89 Dakota SXS Nation Rookie

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    Hello all, from Livingston TX, have a 2014 Intimidator 1000 diesel crew. Looking for help locating a bearing that resides in between the drive plates of the primary clutch, or drive clutch. Its the bearing the belt rides on while the engine is idling.
     
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    Rhoda Mule Gary SXS Nation Regular

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  3. JaggedEdge89

    JaggedEdge89 Dakota SXS Nation Rookie

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    All good, thank you though.
     
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    airshot Ken SXS Nation Expert

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    If it is a ball or roller bearing it should have a number on the side, perhaps you could cross reference it with another bearing mfgr. Those numbers all relate to size and type of bearing so another mfgr might be able to match it. Just a thought
     
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    Chances are the clutch is made by someone else, sounds like a Polaris oneway needle bearing.
     
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    I agree with Pede as to what it is. Polaris Parts Books call it a "Bearing - Needle." It was referred to me as an "idler bearing." For my 2013 Ranger 900XP I found a new one on E-Bay. Had to build a home-made jig to hold it in place for disassembly but not a difficult job, just more time consuming the first time.
     
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    Sorry, I was thinking about the question and I forgot to say, "Welcome!"
     
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    I've also seen a lot of times companies and/or parts books call bushings bearings.
     

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