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what causes clutch hang up?

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Old 01-09-2011
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Default what causes clutch hang up?

it seems that my clutch is hanging up and wont disengage all the way when i come to a stop i pulled out my spring and it is not broke what could be the problem.....
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dirt, bushing worn or shaft bad. still have it apart? how do things slide? wobble?
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what are the symptoms?

in the primary if the rollers and wieghts are shot you can get sticking engagement.
if the secondary spring was bad you would have low operating rpm, belt slippage, poor performance.
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Ibreakstuff had a hell of a time trying to figure out what was wrong with his sled a few years ago, turned out that the primary shaft was actually bent.
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The I got a POS new clutch that ended up being almost as bad. So I just bought ANOTHER new clutch. Amazing how smooth good clutch engages.
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