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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-20-2019, 08:50 AM Thread Starter
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Clutch Kit on Highlifter 1000??

Did a big quad ride this weekend and found out my clutch housing leaks!! Since I have to take it all apart I need some ideas on a clutch kit that works well for a Polaris 1000xp Highlifter. Any thoughts??
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Id pull the back plate and seal behind it ( I had a leak in mine). I then did the Dalton Industries spring. I really liked the honesty at Dalton vs other companies that tried telling me i needed all sorts of weights etc.

The spring gives a great initial engagement. No more slowly rolling into power. Now, as soon as i hit the throttle i have power. I love mine

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Id pull the back plate and seal behind it ( I had a leak in mine). I then did the Dalton Industries spring. I really liked the honesty at Dalton vs other companies that tried telling me i needed all sorts of weights etc.

The spring gives a great initial engagement. No more slowly rolling into power. Now, as soon as i hit the throttle i have power. I love mine
x2 , i heard same thing for the highlifter,


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Id pull the back plate and seal behind it ( I had a leak in mine). I then did the Dalton Industries spring. I really liked the honesty at Dalton vs other companies that tried telling me i needed all sorts of weights etc.

The spring gives a great initial engagement. No more slowly rolling into power. Now, as soon as i hit the throttle i have power. I love mine
x2 , i heard same thing for the highlifter,
Thanks! If u guys think it’s a improvement then I will have to look into it!
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Id pull the back plate and seal behind it ( I had a leak in mine). I then did the Dalton Industries spring. I really liked the honesty at Dalton vs other companies that tried telling me i needed all sorts of weights etc.

The spring gives a great initial engagement. No more slowly rolling into power. Now, as soon as i hit the throttle i have power. I love mine
x2 , i heard same thing for the highlifter,
Dalton is straight forward about it. They won't try to sell you a whole "kit" if they have tested your machine and think just one or two changes such as a different spring will do the trick... even though they'd make WAY more money selling you a bunch of other parts you don't really need.
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