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Old December 6th, 2011, 03:18 PM   #1
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Needing some service on my Rhino. Anybody had any experience good or badd with their service department?
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Old December 6th, 2011, 03:41 PM   #2
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Had our plow quad fixed there last year, other then being 2 weeks out on work at the time no real complaint.
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what do you need done?
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just started leaking oil out the front ouput yoke under the engine. Looks like oil is seeping through the threads. Since there are no u-bolts on the joint, you have to press the u-joint apart while in place. Looks like a PITA.
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just started leaking oil out the front ouput yoke under the engine. Looks like oil is seeping through the threads. Since there are no u-bolts on the joint, you have to press the u-joint apart while in place. Looks like a PITA.
I'm not sure on the Rhino's but that should have either a roll pin holding the yoke or its a slip yoke. Mine and Primal's RZR's are slip yoke and Dj's RZR4 has a roll pin...I will tell you that they are most likely going to charge you a shit ton of money to change that seal when you should be able to do it yourself on the cheap. I rebuilt Primal's RZR trans for him and it wasn't that bad...the parts cost him about $550, but the dealer wanted $1200 in labor. Polaris and the dealership are the same assholes that said you can't take out the trans without removing the motor...they were both wrong...if you want to attempt to do it yourself, give me a PM and I will help you on it
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okay never mind...it appears you do have to press the joint for removal...anywho here is a link for the factory manual

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36292463/Rhi...%2006%20SE.pdf
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Yup, that's it. Come on over. I'll go fire up the furnace in the garage.
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Old December 6th, 2011, 09:21 PM   #9
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Yup, that's it. Come on over. I'll go fire up the furnace in the garage.
if you are serious about doing it let me know..we'll set a up a time to tear it down and fix it
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It's 1/4 torn apart. I have the u-joint caps off but can't get enough movement out of the driveshaft to rotate the joint out. I'm not a member of any atv forums but I just did some searching and I have to pull the front dif loose to pull the front driveshaft. Guess I'll dive back into it tomorrow. Problem is I don't know what seal is leaking. It's not the housing/yoke seal but looks like the oil is seeping down the threads. I don't know if these have a star type spline seal that goes under the nut or not. If not, I don't know what would make it start to leak all of a sudden.
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It's 1/4 torn apart. I have the u-joint caps off but can't get enough movement out of the driveshaft to rotate the joint out. I'm not a member of any atv forums but I just did some searching and I have to pull the front dif loose to pull the front driveshaft. Guess I'll dive back into it tomorrow. Problem is I don't know what seal is leaking. It's not the housing/yoke seal but looks like the oil is seeping down the threads. I don't know if these have a star type spline seal that goes under the nut or not. If not, I don't know what would make it start to leak all of a sudden.
I was reading online that the front shaft seal is a common leak on those rhinos...I'd get it torn down and hopefully you can see the leak
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Well I got it apart and I really don't see what is wrong. There is no indication of leaking around the seal but rather through the spline and threads. There was no star seal for the spline so I don't understand how it didn't leak before and why it would just start leaking out of the blue. Is it common to put some type of silicone on the threads and spline?????
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Old December 7th, 2011, 08:40 PM   #13
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I had this same issue on my freinds kodiak 450 on the rear out put seal leaking oil, i renewed the o ring, put white lithum on the splines before installing the seal and viola! no longer leaks oil faster than you can pour it in.

Btw, you know im doing a total tear down and rebuild on a rhino, pm if you need help, i know more than i care to about these things.
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There is no o-ring on this connection. Just a double lip seal on the yoke OD. Lithium grease will break down over time from the oil.
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Old December 7th, 2011, 08:52 PM   #15
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I'd never go back there ever ever again. Two times messing up my sled and they aren't getting a third chance to mess something else up. Now I have a buddy who swears by them, but he has bought 4 sleds from them in about 12 years and has probably spent the price of 2 sleds in the service department, yes he is very hard on equipment, so maybe he gets great treatment.
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Well I was a little disappointed in the service dept when I talked to them. I told them I had removed the shrouds and I could see exactly where the oil was coming from. (the front output of the t-case) After not getting very clear answers on a price to replace a seal, he says "we'll have to look at it, it might be coming from the front differential". hmmmm......... I guess you didn't listen to me very well.

Anyway, I decided to fix it myself. Off to purchase a new seal today.
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