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I have a line on a free Primary Clutch that came off a 440 Polaris Long Track (90-95)

Will this fit my 89 Indy 650?

Do I just have to change the weights and spring and I am good to go?

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No it will not fit.
The Polaris twin clutch does not have enough clearance for the triple engine. It would need to be machined off on the backside of the stationary sheave.
It can be modified to fit but it will not bolt on as is.
The weights and spring would also have to be changed to the proper ones.
 

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i dont know i got polaris from some indy 700 for my 400 both twins and my secondary is from some arctic cat
 

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wich half of you clutch is broken.. I know they say you shouldn't split clutches.. but I have a clutch from an '89 650 and only one sheave is cracked.. you can have it if it will help you out..

just look for a clutch from a xlt, xcr600, storm, or the likes they will all fit..
 

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Hey 650, its the sliding sheave. (Sheave furthest away from the motor)

Would be a great help. All I would require is to get it re balanced.

Let me know.

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Crappy the sheave you need is the one that's cracked.. if my digi cam wasn't the world biggest P.O.S. you would be able to see the crack.. sorry I can't help ya out..
 
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