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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 05-02-2019, 10:54 AM
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Sounds like its idling ok.
Pull the belt off and check the one-way clutch bearing.
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Well I learned something reading this thread. I had never seen one of my quads running with the clutch cover off. I never knew the secondary clutch spins at idle. I always figured they were like snowmobiles and stopped at idle.

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Well I learned something reading this thread. I had never seen one of my quads running with the clutch cover off. I never knew the secondary clutch spins at idle. I always figured they were like snowmobiles and stopped at idle.
It will stop when put in gear. Sometimes, if everything is exactly perfect, they will not turn in neutral either but that's pretty rare. Even when turning at idle, unless there is too much drag from the belt, you can still stop the secondary easily with your foot. I know nothing about sleds but aren't they always in gear?
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Any one else with other opnions about what can be the problem?
So I can investigate the possibilities.
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You might have the wrong belt, 321113 is for machines built before 8-7-2006. Looking at your driven clutch I think its the newer clutch, belt part number 3211091 for the driven clutch in your video.
Depending on who's website you look at...but Dayco claims the 3211091 is .125 longer than the 3211113

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Any one else with other opnions about what can be the problem?
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You might have the wrong belt, 321113 is for machines built before 8-7-2006. Looking at your driven clutch I think its the newer clutch, belt part number 3211091 for the driven clutch in your video.
Depending on who's website you look at...but Dayco claims the 3211091 is .125 longer than the 3211113
Yep, good eye MNDS. The belt that's on it, if its a 3211113, does NOT appear to match the clutches.
A 2007 Sportsman 500 actually uses one of THREE different belts according to build date and/or clutch types. Not sure if that's the sole cause shifting problems but it may be a contributing factor.
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/QUOTE]Yep, good eye MNDS. The belt that's on it, if its a 3211113, does NOT appear to match the clutches.
A 2007 Sportsman 500 actually uses one of THREE different belts according to build date and/or clutch types. Not sure if that's the sole cause shifting problems but it may be a contributing factor.
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10/4/2006 thats the date on the frame.
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here is the date.
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/QUOTE]Yep, good eye MNDS. The belt that's on it, if its a 3211113, does NOT appear to match the clutches.
A 2007 Sportsman 500 actually uses one of THREE different belts according to build date and/or clutch types. Not sure if that's the sole cause shifting problems but it may be a contributing factor.
3211077
3211113
3211091
10/4/2006 thats the date on the frame.[/QUOTE]

Then you should be using the 3211091 belt. The 3211077 is for machines without EBS. Do you still have the old belt? If you do you can do a table roll out measurement on both belts and compare.
Put the belt on a bench or table,put a line on the belt and table with a sharpie, roll the belt one revolution, mark the table, measure the length, repeat the same on the other belt.

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No, unfortunately don't have the old belt.
This 4 wheeler is from a family member.
Going to call him and see.
Will let know in here as soon as I can.
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I have been told that the old belt was taken to the store to buy the same one.
So if the belt number is the wroung one was already changed by the previous owner.
When @latebird said that maybe was the wroung belt I checked on line and give me the 113 belt.
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