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Okay, so I'm a newbie here and hope I put this in the right place. Here's the story. I picked up a 97 Indy Super Sport 488 dirt cheap. $160. I needed some reassembly.
Pretty simple to do. The only missing part is the secondary clutch. No big deal, they're all over ebay and craiglist. Now the problem. There isn't one with the exact part number. Most of them say will or may fit other years and models. When I research the different years and models, all the original part numbers are different. Yet the one that I've looked at all have the original number crossed out with a new number next to it. For example for my 97 the old# 1322155, the the new# 1321925. 92 indy old# 1322105, new # 1321925, 88 indy old# 1322107, new # 1321925, and so on. You get the point. So my question is, would any of the other years work? If the new number is the same for all, it's the same new part for all. It doesn't say, use this part but needs modification. It's just that part. See what I'm getting at. If the new # part works for all the other part#'s, why wouldn't a clutch with the older different part # work?
Any help, insight, thoughts would be very helpful. I don't want to pick up a clutch, install it, then have it not function.
Thanks in advance for your help.
 

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There's a fairly good list of "other machines" that use the same secondary. Here's one from eBay that will fit: Polaris Driven Secondary Clutch 440 XCR 500 EFI RXL Trail Ultra Widetrak | eBay

The cross reference list is:

Year Product Model Assembly
1998 SNO TRAIL DRIVEN CLUTCH - 0982761
1998 SNO ULTRA DRIVEN CLUTCH - 0986778
1998 SNO ULTRA TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH - E985378
1998 SNO EURO ULTRA TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH - E985378
1997 SNO 500 SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 0972764, EUROPEAN 500 E972764, 500 SKS 0972564, EUROPEA
1997 SNO 500 INDY DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 0972764, EUROPEAN 500 E972764, 500 SKS 0972564, EUROPEA
1997 SNO 500 RMK DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 0972764, EUROPEAN 500 E972764, 500 SKS 0972564, EUROPEA
1997 SNO EURO 500 SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 0972764, EUROPEAN 500 E972764, 500 SKS 0972564, EUROPEA
1997 SNO EURO 500 INDY DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 0972764, EUROPEAN 500 E972764, 500 SKS 0972564, EUROPEA
1997 SNO 500 EFI DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 EFI 0973774
1997 SNO CLASSIC DRIVEN CLUTCH CLASSIC 0973865
1997 SNO RXL DRIVEN CLUTCH RXL 0976768
1997 SNO SUPER SPORT DRIVEN CLUTCH SUPER SPORT 0970761
1997 SNO TRAIL TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH TRAIL 0972761, EUROPEAN TRAIL E972761, TRAIL TOURING 0972262
1997 SNO TRAIL DRIVEN CLUTCH TRAIL 0972761, EUROPEAN TRAIL E972761, TRAIL TOURING 0972262
1997 SNO EURO TRAIL TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH TRAIL 0972761, EUROPEAN TRAIL E972761, TRAIL TOURING 0972262
1997 SNO EURO TRAIL DRIVEN CLUTCH TRAIL 0972761, EUROPEAN TRAIL E972761, TRAIL TOURING 0972262
1997 SNO TRAIL RMK DRIVEN CLUTCH Trail RMK 0970961
1997 SNO ULTRA DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA 0976778 and EUROPEAN ULTRA E976778
1997 SNO EURO ULTRA DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA 0976778 and EUROPEAN ULTRA E976778
1997 SNO ULTRA SP DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA SP 0970678
1997 SNO ULTRA TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA TOURING 0975378 and EUROPEAN ULTRA TOURING E975378
1997 SNO EURO ULTRA TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA TOURING 0975378 and EUROPEAN ULTRA TOURING E975378
1997 SNO WIDETRAK GT DRIVEN CLUTCH WIDETRAK GT 0972061 and EUROPEAN WIDETRAK GT E972061
1997 SNO EURO WIDETRAK GT DRIVEN CLUTCH WIDETRAK GT 0972061 and EUROPEAN WIDETRAK GT E972061
1997 SNO WIDETRAK LX DRIVEN CLUTCH WIDETRAK LX 0972065 and EUROPEAN WIDETRAK LX E972065
1997 SNO EURO WIDETRAK LX DRIVEN CLUTCH WIDETRAK LX 0972065 and EUROPEAN WIDETRAK LX E972065
1996 SNO 500 EFI DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 EFI 0963774 and EUROPEAN 500 EFI E963774
1996 SNO EURO 500 EFI DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 EFI 0963774 and EUROPEAN 500 EFI E963774
1996 SNO 500 EFI SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 EFI SKS 0962574, 500 EFI RMK 0962974, and EUROPEAN 500 EF
1996 SNO 500 EFI RMK DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 EFI SKS 0962574, 500 EFI RMK 0962974, and EUROPEAN 500 EF
1996 SNO EURO 500 EFI SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH 500 EFI SKS 0962574, 500 EFI RMK 0962974, and EUROPEAN 500 EF
1996 SNO 500 CARB SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 CARB 0962764, 500 CARB SKS 0962564, 500 CARB SK
1996 SNO 500 CARB DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 CARB 0962764, 500 CARB SKS 0962564, 500 CARB SK
1996 SNO 500 CARB RMK DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 CARB 0962764, 500 CARB SKS 0962564, 500 CARB SK
1996 SNO EURO 500 CARB SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 CARB 0962764, 500 CARB SKS 0962564, 500 CARB SK
1996 SNO CLASSIC DRIVEN CLUTCH CLASSIC 0963865
1996 SNO RXL DRIVEN CLUTCH RXL 0966768
1996 SNO TRAIL TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH TRAIL 0962761, TRAIL TOURING 0962262, and EUROPEAN TRAIL TOU
1996 SNO TRAIL DRIVEN CLUTCH TRAIL 0962761, TRAIL TOURING 0962262, and EUROPEAN TRAIL TOU
1996 SNO EURO TRAIL TOURING DRIVEN CLUTCH TRAIL 0962761, TRAIL TOURING 0962262, and EUROPEAN TRAIL TOU
1996 SNO ULTRA SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA SKS 0960578, EUROPEAN ULTRA SKS E960578, and ULTRA RMK
1996 SNO ULTRA RMK DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA SKS 0960578, EUROPEAN ULTRA SKS E960578, and ULTRA RMK
1996 SNO EURO ULTRA SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH ULTRA SKS 0960578, EUROPEAN ULTRA SKS E960578, and ULTRA RMK
1996 SNO WIDETRAK GT DRIVEN CLUTCH WIDETRAK GT 0962061 and EUROPEAN WIDETRAK GT E962061
1996 SNO WIDETRAK GT DRIVESHAFT WIDETRAK GT 0962061 and EUROPEAN WIDETRAK GT E962061
1995 SNO 500 SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 EFI 0952774, EFI SKS 0952574, EFI SKS PT 0952
1995 SNO 500 EFI DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 EFI 0952774, EFI SKS 0952574, EFI SKS PT 0952
1995 SNO 500 EFI SKS PDLTRK DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 EFI 0952774, EFI SKS 0952574, EFI SKS PT 0952
1995 SNO EURO 500 EFI SKS DRIVEN CLUTCH ASSEMBLY 500 EFI 0952774, EFI SKS 0952574, EFI SKS PT 0952
 

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That's what I'm talking about. when you view the listing, they give you three numbers. The old, the the new, the a sub.number. But the don't specify the actual number for that specific clutch. Is that the replacement, or original. I have several leads on clutches listed the same way. Some look the same and some different. How can the new replacement number clutch work on so many different years and models when they all had different original part numbers for there respective clutch?
 

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you will also need the right helix and spring for you application regardless of the secondary you get, of course if its off a 488 fanner then you prob will be fine.
 

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I figured as much. But how can there be a listing, such as the one shown previously, with one clutch (#1321925) fit so many different years and models. They never say use a different helix and spring specific for your machine. I wonder how many people would see a listing like that, buy it, not realizing what they would need to change.
 

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Small changes to the clutches will yield a different part number. The P85 drivens on Wedge chassis machines had a cover on the inner side that completely covered the inner sheave. After starting to use these clutches on Evolved chassis machines, they opted to modify that cover to allow air to flow through it. New part number. But, it became the replacement part for the older clutches.

Spring and helix ALWAYS need to be matched to the specific sled and clutching setup.
 

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I'm in the same boat as you my friend, my wife's 95 supersport 440 needs a secondary and I've looked for 2 mo the now and no luck. I've seen similar ones but I'm not gonna spend the money and risk it to fit and work or not
 
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