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Old 04-10-2009, 07:45 PM
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clutch removal. i am going to service my clutch and have never took the cover off. is the clutch on a tapered shaft, splined, or keyway.
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Splined with a nut holding it on, take the nut off, the primary comes right off. Secondary is the same.
Use a impact or you will have to hold it from turning.
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clutch removal. i am going to service my clutch and have never took the cover off. is the clutch on a tapered shaft, splined, or keyway.

check out this site Blu du, Yamaha Rhino Performance Accessories Polaris RZR 800 Accessories Kawasaki Teryx Arctic Cat Prowler Yamaha Rhino Accessories - HW Rhino MAchined Sheave

its one of two sites that I have found that have a install video on the clutch
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ya ur gonna need 2 loos'en up the belt 1st to..

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thanks guys.good video too. i'am really big into snowmobiling. sled clutches are on a tappered shaft and you need a puller to pop it off.

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It is a good video.
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