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Non drive clutch Question

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On my 1997 Mach Z I noticed that there is a fair amount of play on the Outboard end of the clutch. There are Three washers as shims installed , however there still is play and the washers are loose. Should it be snug ?
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I believe that you are talking about the secondary clutch. Yes, that should be tight on that shaft with no play.

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I am not sure about ski-doo but i am positive that the secondary clutch on polaris is free to move slightly in and out.
My clutch can move a little bit...

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Thanks for the replys , I spoke to my dealer here , he informs me that on that machine there can be up to 1/4" of play to allow for alignment. All is well and in spec.
FYI 60 thousanths freeplay on Cats

Mean Green Racing
Elyria, Ohio
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