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What's the torque spec for the driven clutch cover bolts? Polaris driven on a 2000 sled. Do they need loctite? I didn't notice any when I took it apart.

Finished installing clutch kit. Installed an isovibe handlebar riser. Silencer's coming. Winterized the boat and covered it today. Snow. snow, snow, snow, snow, snow.[:p]
 

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do you mean the drive primary clutch,90 in lbs.no i believe they use lock washers

driven clutch tourque bolt is 15 lbs
 

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I think I figured it out. The drive clutch cover bolts (6) are 7 ft-lbs, the bolt that holds the clutch to the drive shaft is 45-50 ft-lbs. There are no lock washers.

The driven clutch has loctite on the bolt. I tightened it to 30 ft-lbs, that may be too much if 15 ft-lbs is correct.
 

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thats correct,right out of the polaris manual
clutch to the crank 50 lbs
 

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ripperd2, you may be right. I didn't check to see if they were lock washers or not. I was thinking of the gazillion other washers on the secondary and the big one on the primary when I said i didin't have locks.
 
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