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My drive clutch is not exactly on the same plane as my driven. IE when I use a clutch allignment tool, the blade of the tool does not rest flat on the backside of the driven clutch the full face. My driven clutch is tweeked out maybe 1/16". How do you adjust this? On my xc the engine mounts have no room for adjustments so thats out, the driven clutch on the PTO side has square head bolts holding the shaft to the tunnel so thats out.

Do you adjust by shimming the chaincase or what?
 

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just add or remove shims from the backside of the secondary to make it right.
 

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I have it shimmed correctly, its the 1/8" air gap as described in above attatchment that has me concerned. Evidently its ok like that as my gap is quite a bit under 1/8". Gads, 1/8" is alot. I am surprised polaris finds that acceptable.
 

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When I checked the alignment on my XCR 440 last week it looked almost exactly like what is pictured in the graph that I posted, I was meticulous when I put the engine back in also making sure the shims that were under the MAG front motor mount went back in place exactly the way it came out.
 

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they allow the clutch to float side to side about 1/8".
 
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