About the same as any other clutch, but if I remember right, there wasn't any Loctite on the spider, which made it easier. Nothing complicated about it. I did have to modify my tools, I needed to grind a corner off of the flats to get the spider socket on there, but it wasn't bad. It still works for the arctic clutches, and now the TEAM clutches too.
The reason I had this one apart, is the stationary sheave had moved on the shaft, causing the bearing to lock up. I pressed it back to its place and added a (fix) of my own to keep it there. I don't care for the pressed on sheave as opposed to the molded on shaft to sheave that they used to be. Team clutches are about as good as any out there, but longevity isn't any better than any of the other ones either. It's basically a heavier duty version of a P85 and and Cat clutch all rolled into 1. With a steel spider to boot. It's used on many different applications, ATV, UTV, sleds, you name it.
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