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Old 02-09-2020, 03:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I'd say you got pretty lucky. same thing happened to my brothers 2011 CFR 800 a few years ago. The pin broke in the same spot, but it dinged up both clutches. Never did find the weight though, and he wasn't going very fast when it happened either.
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Old 02-09-2020, 07:17 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I'd say you got pretty lucky. same thing happened to my brothers 2011 CFR 800 a few years ago. The pin broke in the same spot, but it dinged up both clutches. Never did find the weight though, and he wasn't going very fast when it happened either.


Yeah I got lucky. Could have done a lot more damage if it had bounced around.


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This was the only other damage.


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The weight came through there and landed on the trail. I found it. Never did find the broke pin. Iíll search under the engine for it.


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Seems to be a lot of clutch issues on some sleds, if it were me I would look for a non-cast aluminum clutch like a Micro-Belmont or others, they are CNC billet aluminum, I've run 1 of those on a 314 HP drag sled for years, it's been flawless, don't take chances with a dangerous clutch type.
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I have only witnessed this on high mile sleds.
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Or this,haha
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How's that? This is about a Cat issue and Krom's on here daily as a knowledgeable Cat guy .
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I have only witnessed this on high mile sleds.


Yeah that happened on my 09 800 and now my 15 800.

If your close to 5000 miles change those pins.


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