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I have a 2003 ZL600 EFI/ESR. I noticed the driven clutch has quite a bit of lateral slack. The manual states this should be no more than .060 clearance. On my sled, it measures more like .070 or larger.

Is this normal for this sled/year? I don't want to add any shims if this is not a big deal. I'm thinking my dealer didn't bother checking the clutch setup. I'm concerned because it throws the clutch alignment off and I may chew up belts.

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There shouldn't be much lateral movement in the belt ,,cause i guarantee you that you will get chewed up belts,,,,,,,one thing i know for sure is once she's lined up , the belt should go down no more then 1 inch for every 20lbs of presure pushing DOWN on the belt ,
 

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I should have been a little clearer. You can slide the driven clutch back and forth on the clutch shaft. The manual states that there should be little to no back and forth movement.
 
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