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Old Sun, May-20-2018, 02:33:47 AM   #1
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Default Opinions on the internal damages of a Rotrex blower

Is the shaft in these pics reusable?
http://m3forum.net/m3forum/showthread.php?t=598558
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Default Re: Opinions on the internal damages of a Rotrex blower

Damn. I dont know about that one man. It looks chewed up. Only 35k miles? Thats not that great. $225 for the shaft isn't too bad from the website you posted. However $465 for the planetary rollers is kinda heavy hitting. However even if you suspect that they are bad I would change them. Especially since one has been nicked.
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Default Re: Opinions on the internal damages of a Rotrex blower

i don't really know either - i have the same S/C. why not just ping the guy from the rebuild site and see what they say? i don't get why rotrex says they aren't rebuildable when there are those that do rebuild them.
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