The nylon gear inside the Yamaha PW-X / PW-X2 motor often break down. I sell this gear so that you don't have to buy a new motor for $750.Designed by Albert van Dalen in Netherlands
The nylon gear is a weak part of the Yamaha PW-X / PW-X2 motor. When the motor is broken, it will just be exchanged by Yamaha. Outside the warranty period, this will cost around $750. This is a big p…Read More…
The nylon gear is a weak part of the Yamaha PW-X / PW-X2 motor. When the motor is broken, it will just be exchanged by Yamaha. Outside the warranty period, this will cost around $750. This is a big problem because, when the gear will be overloaded again, you can keep going this way.
I know the gear is expensive, that is because they are milled piece by piece. Normally injection molding is used, which is much cheaper, but the numbers are too small for that. Also, I have spent a lot of money on the money on the development of the gearwheel.
Replacement Remove the broken gear and glue the new one in place. Use common one or two component PU polyurethane adhesive. PU glue has been tested in practice and is very durable. Here polyurethane glue from Bison, note that the text may differ per country, as long as it is polyurethane then it is fine.
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Dan | Aug. 13, 2021
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