Thanks to you, I found a location for mine!
That scale, if I had to give it a number, a 3? When you do it, confirm that grade LOL. Here’s why:Morning Jeff. Hey bud, on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being an easy job, what would you rate the replacement of the stator?? My 09' seems to be fine but I keep seeing posts here and on FB about them letting go so I might as well replace mine now instead of waiting for a mishap.
Roger that!! Duly noted. Thanks for the tips.That scale, if I had to give it a number, a 3? When you do it, confirm that grade LOL. Here’s why:
1. Duration of repair is relatively fast, and literally requires 3 tools. Two Allen wrenches for the two bolt sizes, and a longer tool to hold the new Stator Rotor in place when placing the cover back on. About a 30 minute job.
2. The most important thing is to reinstall how everything came out. Best thing to do is watch the copperdawg Stator inspection video, and look at the parts schematic.
3. Reinstalling the cover while making sure the new gasket is in place is one of the most difficult parts. You’ll see why when you do it.
Easy upgrade, quick, but expensive. Remember to buy the cover gasket when you buy the new Stator Rotor. Replace now, as you never know when it’ll go.
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