[/quote]Originally posted by C-NOTEPLUSf503@Sep 2 2005, 01:46 PM
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown: :smilielol: :smilielol: :smilielol: :smilielol: all he wanted was a way to measure the load, 3 and 4 are useless excersises in futility, you'll scratch it more trying those idea's than ever with a fishscale :werd:
[/quote]Originally posted by pockets@Sep 2 2005, 10:57 PM
Don't bother with the scale method on the polaris secondary. Always start with the secondary spring in #2 position, and adjust tighter if slightly higher rpm needed, or the rpm fall then recover when the secondary shifts.
On a secondary clutch with a stamped steel sheave, I am not able to get a hook from a fishing scale into a balancing hole.
I use a punch that fits in the balance hole and hook a fish gage to it. Circumfrence is the same so the lever effect doesn't apply. 12-14 lbs is either #2 or likely#3 hole. Buttons and bushings must be good. I know too much info. :Wow1: