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KLF 300 4x2 torque limiter

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OK, Removed starter from right side pretty easily. Starter spinning well, good torque.  Still have to remove left cover to get to gear. 

I've looked at starters with gear in place for sale.  Also see one way bearings.  I don't have a diagram of the set up.  Which or both?

 

Thanks, Cavry

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Haven't opened the side yet.  I had to deal with a family medical urgency.  I probably will open it Tuesday. Thanks for the inquiry

 

Cavry

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On 4/7/2018 at 10:29 AM, Ajmboy said:

Did you figure this out? Is this a Kawasaki Bayou?

yea- same model as mine- klf300b if I'm not mistaken. (bayou 300)

On 7/24/2018 at 4:06 PM, Quad Bug said:

At the risk of sounding dumb, what is a torque limiter?

I'm wondering the same thing?  I know my kawasaki acts like a diesel- no acceleration, but tons of low end power

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Finally!  I am back to a limited .degree.  Family member medical condition is under control. I have the bayou running well after 3 days of effort getting everything back together and locating a few missing bolts 

The torque limiter is inside the left alternator housing on the end of the starter shaft. I'm not exactly sure of the mechanical function and I haven't cut one apart yet to see. 

I'll be in and out of here for a while. I am facing lumbar spinal surgery. 2 vertebrae are deteriorated and are misaligned badly and there is no disc between 4, all bone on bone.  Not sure what the future holds. No complaints, and I'll survive well, it just may take a while.

 

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20 minutes ago, cavry said:

I'll be in and out of here for a while. I am facing lumbar spinal surgery. 2 vertebrae are deteriorated and are misaligned badly and there is no disc between 4, all bone on bone.  Not sure what the future holds. No complaints, and I'll survive well, it just may take a while.

Good luck with your surgery!

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OK, information I found on Utube says the Torque Limiter is like a one-way ratchet to prevent backfires from stripping the splines on the starter shaft.

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