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09-08-2011, 02:51 PM
30" tires, what kind of clutch mods?

Ive looked around quite a bit and it seems there is so many different things you can or are supposed to do. Im not firmilar with #1 or 2 or 3 mods or what they are, or what springs go where or shims or weights.... I just put 30" itp mud lites on my 2011 grizzly 700 and i have noticed after a few rides its lost its low end torque. Obviously i need to do some clutch mods. hopfully i havent messed anything up. I need help pleeeease!!!
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White secondary spring, lighter weights, shims or a machined primary.
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where do i get shims and whats the secondary spring? and where do i get one. and how do i change the weights. (have never taken apart a clutch)
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Before you buy anything go buy a manual. Then do some reading and do some searching on here. Make sure this is something you want to tackle before you get into it. Overall pretty simple job.


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Before you buy anything go buy a manual. Then do some reading and do some searching on here. Make sure this is something you want to tackle before you get into it. Overall pretty simple job.


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There are also allot of videos on YouTube, to get yourself familiar with all of it

here's one video of a quick overview of installing weights


quick video of shims on a suzuki which is pretty much the same as a yahama


this video is of a rhino but again the same principle, and shows secondary spring install and primary grease

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lol i just got done watchin one of those videos before i checked the fourm again. Im pretty handy and well with motors to begin with. this seems like a extremely simple procedure. I didnt know at first if it involved actually pulling the clutch or what. Seems pretty simple weights and shims and secondary spring.
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where do i get the shims and weights from though?
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nevermind i found the weights...what about the shims though?
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Click on the clutch kit thread in my sig. It has all the answers for buying clutch kit parts.
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I would be a little leary about ordering the shims from Ebay. I ordered mine two weeks ago and still nothing. I've emailed the guy twice with no reply. Anyways, just a heads up.
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For shims you can go to most supply places and buy some.
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When you get into your clutch take the washer from the outside of your primary and take it to a fastener supply shop. Get them to match the size or just a bit bigger then get a whole bunch they are cheap, ranging from 1.0-2.3mm for future use.


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got my shims at a local machine shop. only draw back is that they are standard measurement, not metric. it all does the same chit though! lol
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