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Old 11-24-2009, 06:21 AM
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Default How the f*ck do you take the secondary off 08 XP?

Hey guys, I want to clean the carbs on my girlfriends 08 TNT 600 and I cannot figure out how to pull the secondary clutch off. I took the chaincase apart, removed the top gear because I was told that was how the secondary/jackshaft come out, now what? I know I'm missing something but not sure what?

I'm a Cat guy (last Doo I had was 04 MXZx 440/700) so I have no clue on these newfangled XP's! lol

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Old 11-24-2009, 06:39 AM
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There is a 13mm nut holding the bearing in behind the QRS secondary, take that off and push the jackshaft from the chaincase side.
Will slide right out

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romove the nut on the bearing retainer behind the secondary tap from the gear side.
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Yep, that retainer clip and the top gear (don't forget the spacer behind the gear when you assemble) and you may need to hit it pretty good with a mallet, just don't damage the splines. Heating the casting around the L/H jackshaft bearing may help if it doesn't want to come out.
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Stupid design for sure!!
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On your way out, replace the torx-headed bolts with hex-headed bolts, and you can remove the secondary without removing the shaft!


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Definitely a pain in the azz to remove secondary. However once clutched it's done. ! Hopefully!!
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yep got the retainer just didn't want to hit the shaft till i for sure knew what I was doing.

thanks guys appreciate it!!!!
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