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03-11-2010, 10:49 PM
Greaseless Clutch assembly

Has anyone here used the greaseless clutch kit. It comes with some type of self lubricating metal rollers and you have to get some metal sliders and a grizz 700 cam plate. All about $140. Its made by Hunter Works.
Oh this will be for my 04 grizz 660.
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04-12-2010, 10:09 PM
Greaseless rollers are being tested now for the grizzly. It is not required but is recomended to spray the roller area in the sheave and fix plate as well as add the rollers.


Edit the spary is about 20 bucks a can, purchased with min. order of 12 at a time.

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No advantages in the Grizzly clutch. Works great in the rhino and gives an overdrive effect. I got this directly from Todd at Hunterworks.
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Sure there is....the advantage is you don't have to f*&k around with the nasty grease!
Why is Yami STILL using grease when nobody else is????
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Sure there is....the advantage is you don't have to f*&k around with the nasty grease!
Why is Yami STILL using grease when nobody else is????
Why does Yami have the best clutching on the market??
No offense, but I trust the engineers that design these more than the guys that try to improve upon what the factory does.
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Thats what I was thinking muckboy. The kit has lighter weights so I would think it would give you more bottom end .
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Call Todd at Hunterworks, he's the owner and a honest guy. He told me to save my money.
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I might be mistaken but i thought lighter weights caused quicker shifting but no increase in tourqe.
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Why does Yami have the best clutching on the market??
No offense, but I trust the engineers that design these more than the guys that try to improve upon what the factory does.

Then what would be the point of aftermarket accesories? ;)
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Why does Yami have the best clutching on the market??
No offense, but I trust the engineers that design these more than the guys that try to improve upon what the factory does.
Well the factory designed the clutching around a 25" dunlop tire for one, so people do things to their clutch because it makes sense for what they do
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Well the factory designed the clutching around a 25" dunlop tire for one, so people do things to their clutch because it makes sense for what they do
Agreed which is why I did coop45's mods to accomadate the heavy pitbulls I installed. However, that has nothing to do with the grease.
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I have no idea about the "performance" difference without the grease, but as stated the grease makes servicing and working on the primary a time consuming nasty job if you do things right. I just wouldn/t want to use something in there that would cause excessive wear on the ramps as the primary is aluminum, so the type of rollers that Coop45 had been working on with the "delrin" type outer shell looked good. An all metal roller would seem to be a little abrasive in there.
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I would like to go greaseless on my kodiak. Be alot easier to clean if the belt case gets mud and water in it.
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hunter works also told me they won`t work/hold up on the grizzly`s.

I have a set that coop made me will be doing some more testing when ever I get my motor done.
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utv crap has some greaseless weights, the outer shell part looks to be made of nylon of some sort.
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