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Hello
I picked up a 05 660 grizz. Beat up.
Fixed it up. Runs nice now. I need help on clutching. It has a worn out dry primary. I haven't weighed the weights yet. Also a purple 2nd clutch spring. Tires are 27in executioners. Short lift with elk suspension.
How do I set up the clutch to run these tires? I care not for top end. I like mudding and crawling thru the bush.
Any help is very appreciated.
 

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Service your primary sheave and add
1.5 or 2 mm of shim. It will give you a lower initial cvt ratio (more torque)
, at the cost of some top speed
 
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For me torque is key
 

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You need to raise the pulley ratio, look in my signature, your '05' will take what my '06' is running.
You'll need a machined primary movable sheave and some shim for best ratio, then lighter weights will make'er scream if m.p.g. is no concern. Then your axles will take a beating.
 

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Like I said it was beat up. Had to weld frame to get the diff in place. I put new high end axles in so I hope they can take the beating.
I took the clutch apart. There is a shim.
I put on a new oem belt.
 

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Thanks to everyone here. It sure makes you feel like your not alone

I like torque too. How do I get it. Catwalks would be cool.
Thanks.
You'd want a machined sheave, as well as the max amount of shim, lighter weights, and a stiffer spring.
 
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