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    Spring chart.

    I don't have Xcel. is there any way you can scan this and post as a JPEG

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    I downloaded the chart and I can't seem to match up any spring on the chart with the springs at the place where I'm going to get the spring.
    Am I missing something?
    Here's the site [url=http://www.royaldistributing.com/07/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29[/url]
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    The springs on this chart are Polaris springs with Polaris part numbers.
    The EPI springs are not to far off on some of their specifications but keep in mind that the compressed length is different on the two charts. Polaris calls out a 1.19 fully compressed length and the EPI are compressed to a 1.25 inch length. This will give a different reading even if springs are identical.
    When buying aftermarket springs and weights you must be aware of what you are buying and realize there may be a difference in performance from how the factory parts work.
    I you want the clutch to perform the same as when it was calibrated from the factory then I would buy factory parts, if you understand clutching and are comfortable tuning the clutch then aftermarket parts can be made to perform as well or sometimes better than factory for some applications.
    Again read the specifications and realize what you are buying.





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    Excellent, Thank-you.
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    nice find erick

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    thanks man

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    Thanx, you can never have too much info!

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    Gentleman. I have two clutch problems. 93 XLT clutch engages around 4k and when it does it grinds and slips a bit sort of a ratcheting sound, then whamo it grabs and away you go. I am very nervous because my wife and i have a long trip planned in two weeks. The other clutch problem is my 91 Indy trail. It vibrates like crazy and makes so much noise it almost isnt worth riding. I said almost. I am thinking that i would like to buy a rebuild kit for the two clutches and install them to make sure i am safe to take the family for a ride. Is there such thing? I would also like to keep it as stock as possible or at least aftermarket stock style because i am looking for durability and reliability not extra performace. The sleds run great other than this. Thanks for the help,

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    yes, you can buy rebuild kits for sleds, if I remember right, pins cost about $3 each, weights cost around $70 for the set, spring is like $30, rollers are fairly cheap and theres a small bushing, but I forget what it costed. secondary is cheap to rebuild, 3 buttons (slides that the helix slides on) that cost about $3 each, helix is around $50, and the spring is like $20-30.

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