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Old 11-21-2009, 08:18 AM
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If you inspect the outside end housings on the p-85 you sill see the difference between the smaller engines and the 800 engine clutches. The outer housing is beafier and the bushing is bigger.
If my memory serves me correctly, the spider was also beefer along with the roolers.
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Mass produced and balanced you can't always trust that, the weights may be out too (depending on what type). I have my clutches balanced and rebuilt every year depending on mileage, my 2005 rmk clutch was out pretty bad from the factory balancing the primary made a huge difference. JMT
Good to know. Thanks
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not sure what your budget is like ..but you might want to have a look at these ..
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So if I use an 800 big bushing clutch I will need the bolt from an 800 also, correct? The threads in the crank will be the same? Thanks!
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Old 11-23-2009, 05:10 AM
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Use the same bolt. I used an 800 clutch on mine and used the 700 bolt.
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