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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-01-2013, 09:12 PM Thread Starter
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2006 prowler h1 clutch issues

I am new to the forum. I have a 06 650h1 with 6500 miles on it. It has 28" swamplites on it. Took down clutches , rollers on the primary have flat spots on them. And secondary does seem to open up very far. I need some advise.
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I am new to the forum. I have a 06 650h1 with 6500 miles on it. It has 28" swamplites on it. Took down clutches , rollers on the primary have flat spots on them. And secondary does seem to open up very far. I need some advise.
I would check your seals,clean it up real good put a new belt on it, put new rollers in it,flat spots are caused from the heat,sounds like it has been a good rig.

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Got the parts yesterday. Going to put it back together today
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Got the parts yesterday. Going to put it back together today
at 6500 miles what all have you had to do to the motor.

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At 6000 at had to dealer put piston,rings,and head in it . I toasted it after I got dust in carbrator, while clean air filter. My fault. Before that nothing it's been a good machine
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i think that i have many easy miles ahead

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At 6000 at had to dealer put piston,rings,and head in it . I toasted it after I got dust in carbrator, while clean air filter. My fault. Before that nothing it's been a good machine
thats great news,how did you get dirt in carb,was the intake tube cracked,

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Filter was caked and some fell in carb is my best guess
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Filter was caked and some fell in carb is my best guess
let us know how your clutch works when you get it back together.

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Replaced parts. Everything is back to normal. Thanks for the advise
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