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Old 09-28-2019, 12:32 PM
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Default Yerf Dog 3203 with a 212 Predator - Need Advice

my son and I picked up a 2006? Yerf Dog 3203 that had a 212 Predator added at some point. The TC was pulled and it looks like he tried to add a CC instead.
I have all the parts (I think) of the TC and have been working to reinstall.

Problems I am seeing... The jackshaft sprocket is SLOPPY. I can't find ANY info on jackshafts to determine is it missing a bushing or a bearing(s).
How does it come apart? Or is it just a replaceable part? Where do I find them for purchase?

The predator with the top clutch on, does not line up with the clutch on the jackshaft.

I've been searching around here about 30 minutes with no luck.

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We need pictures man I could tell you in seconds with pictures
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As he said. We need pictures so we can see what's up.
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Just Ebay a new 30 series torque converter. they are almost cheaper than clutches these days! bought mine brand new for $52 came with instructions and everything. couldnt be more pleased and more headache free
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Hope this helps.

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Pic isn't working on my end.
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Pic isn't working on my end.
Nope.
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Here's how to post pics: http://www.diygokarts.com/vb/showthread.php?t=735
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New jackshaft is available from BMI for the 3203.
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Working on the pics. My son is taking care of that.
Thanks for the source on the jackshaft,
What sprocket goes in it, or is there one on it?
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Whatever you want. 8,9,10,12 c-type sprocket. With a 60 tooth sprocket...8,9 or 10. That kart also works best with a 7” driven. It isn’t a light kart and torque is your friend. It came factory with 60/10 gearing, 20” tires, and 7” driven. For reference I use 60/8, 7” driven and 20” tires and top out about 37mph with a stage 1 ungoverned 212. I can climb anything with this setup.
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Sorry for taking so long to figure this out.
This should work! Thanks!

In the first picture the bushing closest to the engine is not supposed to be there but spaces the clutch correctly.


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