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Found this laying on my driveway after washing my RZR and digging a bunch of mud out. Anybody know what it is, where it belongs?
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Hmmm...since there isn't a picture I'm gonna guess it is a brake light dipstick.

Happens to me all the time...
 

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Definitely a muffler bearing
 

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Flux Compasator! :rofl3:
 

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Come on guys....Quit kidding.

If it is a build before 5/18/10 it is a metric hydraulic oscillator. It is designed to detect excess water pressure during washing and if found to be above safe levels it will detach itself and fall in an obvious location to prompt the operator to stop what he is doing, scratch his head, and become so confused that he forgets to take a picture to inquire as to the identity/function of the part.


RTFM!




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Come on guys....Quit kidding.

If it is a build before 5/18/10 it is a metric hydraulic oscillator. It is designed to detect excess water pressure during washing and if found to be above safe levels it will detach itself and fall in an obvious location to prompt the operator to stop what he is doing, scratch his head, and become so confused that he forgets to take a picture to inquire as to the identity/function of the part.


RTFM!




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Come on guys....Quit kidding.

If it is a build before 5/18/10 it is a metric hydraulic oscillator. It is designed to detect excess water pressure during washing and if found to be above safe levels it will detach itself and fall in an obvious location to prompt the operator to stop what he is doing, scratch his head, and become so confused that he forgets to take a picture to inquire as to the identity/function of the part.


RTFM!




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LMAO!!!!
 

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Come on guys....Quit kidding.

If it is a build before 5/18/10 it is a metric hydraulic oscillator. It is designed to detect excess water pressure during washing and if found to be above safe levels it will detach itself and fall in an obvious location to prompt the operator to stop what he is doing, scratch his head, and become so confused that he forgets to take a picture to inquire as to the identity/function of the part.


RTFM!




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LMAO!!!!
X2!!!! :rofl3::rofl3:
 

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:ride::rollfinger:Thanks for the laughs folks - obviously its a good thing I wrench better that I compute!!

I managed to upload it to my profile (I think LOL!!)
 

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Work - here is the picture out of your gallery -



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...and a receipt!

BTW...any one know what that black clip thing put there to give scale is:confused:?

Seriously...Workaholic...I've never seen one. Looks like some sort of non-critical retaining clip for body work or wiring loom??? Or...just trail debris picked up in the mud on your last ride?
 

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Get it back on there quick before it oxidizes and turns the color of your driveway.. or you'll never find it again.
 
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