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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-02-2010, 07:08 AM Thread Starter
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can u change a belt on the trail

can u get the belt off the clutches without removing them. u can open the secondary with a screw will the slip off or not
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can u get the belt off the clutches without removing them. u can open the secondary with a screw will the slip off or not
I couldnt on my 700 and the shop manual says you have to pull off the primary. At least on my 09 700.

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I couldnt on my 700 and the shop manual says you have to pull off the primary. At least on my 09 700.
You have to remove the primary on all of them to change the belt

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what do u have to have to change one? I had to use a impact to get the primary off and when I put it back it said to use lock tight. how do u hold the primary from turning so u can use a braker bar? I am going on a week trip and was just wanting some info if anything happened.
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what do u have to have to change one? I had to use a impact to get the primary off and when I put it back it said to use lock tight. how do u hold the primary from turning so u can use a braker bar? I am going on a week trip and was just wanting some info if anything happened.
The only thing i do is put lock tight (red) on the threads and hammer it tite with a impact, give a wile so the lock tight can dry and your good to go

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front brush gard (fabrication by me)
beard seats
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lower tail light
epi clutch kit
soft top
full wind sheild
e brake alarm (utv crap)
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warn winch
trail armor doors
rear sound bar
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The only thing i do is put lock tight (red) on the threads and hammer it tite with a impact, give a wile so the lock tight can dry and your good to go
you may want to rethink loctite red as it requires heat to release and i wouldn't want to heat my clutches.also if the threads are in aluminum red may damage the threads if removed without heat .
just went and checked the loctite web site red heat release then hand tools
blue hand tool removable blue was recommended for regular removal situations red for more permanent bolts
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you may want to rethink loctite red as it requires heat to release and i wouldn't want to heat my clutches.also if the threads are in aluminum red may damage the threads if removed without heat .
just went and checked the loctite web site red heat release then hand tools
blue hand tool removable blue was recommended for regular removal situations red for more permanent bolts
yes when I put it back together I used blue after reading about it it has a 1000-2000 psi shere and dont need heat
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yes when I put it back together I used blue after reading about it it has a 1000-2000 psi shere and dont need heat
Shop manual says Red but I use the Blue.

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The threads arnt aluminum. Manual says red. You can just use a impact to loosen red. Ive done it alot. But the blue would do the job. Do not use green...
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mine had red on it when i took it apart. I used red when i put it back together,so i hope i can get it off. Thats what airdam advises.
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