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03-28-2011, 12:53 PM
Pics of shim install

I want to install the shim mod on my 660 but i have not been able to find pictures of the shim in a step-by-step install. I have looked at grizzhooper and it shows the clutch service but I was looking for exact steps.

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Go to you tube...search grizzly clutch mod 1 or grizzly clutch mod 2.......this should help ya out..
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Thanks, I will check that out
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I never worked on a 600 but I heard they don't have a primary cage and the alighnment bearing is in the cover. If this is the case don't start up that 600 and rev it without the cover on or the shaft will wobble and may cause damage.
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Just watch part 1 and 2 of clutch mod on you tube. I will be doing this as soon as I get a 1.5 shim.
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Just make DAMN sure you get the nut back to torque specs......I believe primary nut is 100FTLB.....there is a fellow on here showed how to make a wood "vice" if you will out of 2 2x4 and some all thread that clamps down on the primary allow you to hold it while you torque...dont skip this
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I saw in the video they used a strap and I have done something similar working on a mower. I have a torque wrench, but wondering if I should use loctite on it as well.
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DO NOT use strap IMHO.....I have seen it lead to disaster....too much torque and it broke the fins off of the back of the inside fixed sheave....no loctite is what I have read...I have read where they have used those vise-grip style wrench with the chain on it for like plumbing
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Cool, thanks for the info.
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I did the 1.5 shim mod a short while ago. Used a strap on the moveable sheave to tighten it. Worked great. Shims are super easy to install. Just pull off the movable sheave and the collar. Put on your shims on the shaft and then the collar. Lastly put on the movable sheave. Just make sure you keep the cam plate tight to the movable so the weights don't flop over inside. Then just torque the nut.
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Or you can buy a clutch holding tool. It cost 15 bux from rocky mountain atv. That's what I used for primary and to hold the wet clutch. It works great.
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