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  1. Polaris Sportsman XP 1000
    Ok to start I have a 2015 SportsmanXP1000.. So I've decided to buy a clutch seen one used on the market.. My clutch number is 1323163 and I found one off a Touring same year but 850cc number 1323220 .. Would it fit/work.. I need some help Thanks in advance
  2. ATV Repair and Maintenance
    2015 SportsmanXP1000 Ok.. So my One-Way bearing went out and I decided todoitmyself .. I bought the holder and made my spider tool... But the darn spider does not budge.. I've added a little heat and Broke a VICE .. So here I am.. !! HELP PLEASE.. Thanks in Advance 👍
  3. Polaris Sportsman 570
    Help!! I have a 2015 sportsman 570 efi. I was going to remove the primary “clutch” this morning and came to find no threads inside the clutch. Therefor being no place to thread in my clutch puller tool. i tried to insert it in anyway😂 with no luck just sips in and outside. My tool is. 3/4 fine...
  4. ATV Repair and Maintenance
    I recently purchased the Sportsmanx2 500, working on fixing it up. When I purchased it, the drive belt was shredded. After replacing the belt, I'm finding that the clutch is engaging just enough to drive the belt and turn the secondary clutch. The primary clutch appears to be new. Anyone have...
  5. Polaris Trail Boss
    I have been rebuilding a 1986 polaris trail boss 250. It is up and running with no mechanical problems. It takes off slow so I am planning to replace either the whole primary drive clutch or just the spring. My questions are should I replace the whole primary drive clutch (link to clutch...
  6. Polaris Sportsman
    All, So I'm in the middle of this primary drive clutch rebuild and it seems I'm at a hurdle. The Spider for the Primary Drive Clutch has three pin rollers with roller bushings. They are welded on to the spider by wear. I'm likely not getting them off. They are all worn too. The picture...
  7. Polaris Sportsman
    Working on a primary clutch refurb, bought the EPI kit. Got the clutch pulled and the cover plate off. Trying to loosen the spider and it will not budge at all. Using a break wrench and some rigged contraption to hold the clutch in place. I don't have an official Spider remover tool. Any tips...