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I removed my secondary clutch in order to remove a shim to get a better belt deflection. I'm having a bitch of a time preloading the spring and assembly it back together. I'm trying to use the clutch press I had for my Polaris, but it's not going to smooth. Any tricks of the trade for these AC secondarys? Give me some specifics please, before I launch this clutch through a wall. Thanks
 

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Just twist and push down by hand
It's not that hard.
IF YOU HAVE ANYMORE TROUBLE SELL YOUR SLED!
AND GO BACK TO YOUR WIFE"S POLARIS
US DIEHARD CAT GUYS ARE TRIED OF HEARING ALL YOU COVERTS
BITCH!!!!!!!!!
 

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For starts your clutch is timed, a thin line on outer and inner sheaves (outside edges). Cut yourself 2 pieces of wood 2X4 about 6"long and lay on counter. Time sheaves with marks both on top, lay on 2X4's, (with shaft inbetween so sheaves can contact) install spring and roller cover with spring in certer hole. Rotate clock wise until the 3 tower bolts align with holes on roller cover and install nuts, do not over tighten. Hope this helps, Les....
 

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Easy BillyBoy, those be fighting words. I hope we can meet someday in the trails. I spread your candy ass in the snow and ...well you know the rest.
Thanks Les. I got it together, I was hoping I could use the clutch press.
 

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YOU MIGHT NEED TWO PAIRS OF HANDS BUT ITS POSSIBLE TO DO IT YOUR SELF IF YOU KNEEL ON IT ON THE FLOOR, YOU ONLY HAVE TO TWIST THE HELIX A QUARTER TURN SO DON'Y GO OVERBOARD.
 

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Originally posted by billsaber7@Dec 12 2002, 06:47 PM
Just twist and push down by hand
It's not that hard.
IF YOU HAVE ANYMORE TROUBLE SELL YOUR SLED!
AND GO BACK TO YOUR WIFE"S POLARIS
US DIEHARD CAT GUYS ARE TRIED OF HEARING ALL YOU COVERTS
BITCH!!!!!!!!!

WTF he's just asking a question, have your mother check your spelling, your makeing a fool outa yourself!
 

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set the clutch on a role of ducktape. then i prefer two more hands to just hold the clutch. or put it between your legs on the ground(kneeling), on the duck tape role of course, and then wind the cover. thats the way i do it anyway.
 

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BIKEMAN...

You have the ticket. If you don't have a roll of dt...use a extra helix. You can use your knees to keep the clutch from spinning and set it pretty easily. lol :D
 

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I don't know how tough a spring you are putting in but I usually get my 12 year old daughter to hold the tough end for me. LOL... just kidding.... the duct tape thing works well but there is nothing that can replace the school of hard knocks.
Go back out there and give it another try...if no good go back into the house apply 26 oz of vodka..if this does not work.... try again in the morning.... repeat as required and omit the spring if nessassary.
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Craig just give it up --- brand new sled and he is already screwing with it mistake number 1 mistake number 2 having no common sense to put it back together mistake number 3 riding on STATE land and having the FISH COPS looking for you-------- good one ehh Craig you know who it is :ph34r:
 
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