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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-22-2019, 07:04 PM Thread Starter
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Hello out there. I have a prowler and was wondering if anyone could tell me why the splines all sheared off of the fixed primary clutch sheeve? I am going to replace it but was wondering if I still have a problem that will do the same to the new one. Thank you

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 12:36 PM
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Good question for RD. Mike or Tim! I have no idea, myself.

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Got pics? I don't recall ever hearing that before problem before.

Bump it up to the top, maybe the guys with much more clutch expertise know how that can happen.

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'll bump it up for a ya!

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nothing here, I don't know either as that is one of the only things I didn't take apart.



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Hello out there. I have a prowler and was wondering if anyone could tell me why the splines all sheared off of the fixed primary clutch sheeve? I am going to replace it but was wondering if I still have a problem that will do the same to the new one. Thank you

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a better description is needed here I believe , sheared off in what way , need a better mind picture of what your saying to jog some thoughts of what may have happened

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The splines on the stationary clutch sheave (the closest to the motor) are stripped out. I had it worked on not long before it stripped and I suspect that they didn't tighten it up good but I dont know that. I just know that it stripped out and am worried that it will do it again but I cant think of any reason for it to do that unless it was left loose. Thanks guys!

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Wow.......you'd never know there was ever a spline in there!!!! That is very very unusual!!!! I've got no suggestions other than your thoughts of maybe being loose....... ???? Crazy!!

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Yeah it has me puzzled. The splines on the end plate were almost stripped out as well.

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The machine isn't lockup up is it? Tire spins, transmission spins, primary....

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