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I have a 2003 snopro 440 L/C and I have noticed that my primary and secondary clutches are not parallel, no good. How do I go about correcting this on this sled, which has the firecat chassis. I have looked but do not see a adjustable torque arm or anything of the sort.
 

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First, I would check to see if your motor mounts are all good. If you ripped one out, it could offset your primary clutch as it is attached to the motor. If they are all good, they should be adjustable, or have adjusting shims. By adjusting them in the right places, you should be able to correct your clutch alignment. There may also be torque stops on the rear of the engine that can be adjusted, though you mentioned you did not see any.
 

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Quinlan said:
First, I would check to see if your motor mounts are all good. If you ripped one out, it could offset your primary clutch as it is attached to the motor. If they are all good, they should be adjustable, or have adjusting shims. By adjusting them in the right places, you should be able to correct your clutch alignment. There may also be torque stops on the rear of the engine that can be adjusted, though you mentioned you did not see any.
Yeah i have not seen any torque arm adjusters but you bring up a good point with the shims. I have looked at the motor mounts and they appear to look good but i may be wrong.
 
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