What mm shim should I put in my grizzly I want a noticeable difference for low end power, but I don’t want much of my top end and top speed taken away. What y’all think I should do?
I’ve been looking for a 1.5mm shim but all I can find is a 1mm but in description it says 1.5 it comes with a 1mm and .5 but in the picture it is like this (1) 1mm is one of them and another is (1).5 what does that mean?1.5 to 1.7 mm but you'll always lose some top speed. The only way around that is a machined sheave. I believe this was covered in one of your past clutch kit threads
So I can put 2 of then in there?Works in Yamaha 350, 400, 450, 500, 550, 660, 700 Rhino, Bruin, Grizzly, Wolverine, Kodiak and Vikings. Also works in many of the clone models such asHisun 700/500, Massimo, Supermach, Coleman and Bennche.www.ebay.com
Here. Stack them.