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Old 08-14-2016, 02:15 AM
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Default 2017 sportsman 570 clutch issues?

My Dad just got a new polaris 570 6x6 with EBS, and the clutching is very grabby on engagement. He took it back to the dealer and they say they don't know how to fix it. I haven't seen it yet. They told him "it's a new design, no spring". That's not what the online parts diagrams show, but what do I know, I'm not a polaris tech

Has anyone had these apart yet? Has anyone driven one at all yet?

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Old 09-22-2016, 01:04 PM
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HEy my father -in law has the same issue with his 2016 570. That thing will throw you over the handle bars if your ot careful. I have been researching this on the polarisatvforums web site and I am beig told that you can have the "one way bearing" removed from the clutch and jus thave the dealer put in a "normal" bearing and this would essentially remove the EBS. If you still want EBS, I am being told you can change buy a clutch kit that would change the helix ad spring and soften it up a bit/

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Hey, thanks for that! Any idea what the recommended helix and spring is? Also, what about just disconnecting the electric wire?
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