I would assume both of these sleds are splines shafts but you'd have to check. Otherwise it should work. But you're probably going to want a new helix and spring, as well as new bushings. Race sled clutches get beat to shit real quick.
I don't know if mine is splined or not, and a rebuild won't be a bad idea. Anyone got a team helix and spring laying around that would be nice for the rmk?? Or what spring and helix I should look for?
I feel I should get it either way I mean I should be able to get my money back on ebay if I don't use it right?
so I got that clutch, picked it up for $40!!
can anyone give me some insite and know how on to get it apart so I can clean and inspect it?? Or do I need to just figure it out like everything else I've had to do..
I'm assuming it's a TS04? (TS04 has 4 screws olding the helix on, TS98 has 8 screws)
Take the torx screws out of the helix, rotate the helix and tap it with a rubber mallet until it pops out(don't worry it only jumps up about 1/4 inch). Then put the clutch into a clutch compressor, i usually just put sockets on to the little knobby things on the compressor that push down on the clutch, you'll see. Push it down, lock it(or have another set of hands around, remove the C-clip retaining the spring cup and slowly let off the compressor. Ta Da!
Mine did that too, go get a new one from the hardware store and file the end round(you can just use a grade 8 hex head with a jam nut). Or go to your dealer and pay the couple bucks extra for the Polaris part.
we were thinking a bolt but didnt know if it would toss off the balance. i will probably go that route seeing some of the threads came out and ill prob have to either heli coil it or tap it. still need to get the other half out first though...
other then that it cleaned up real nice, i didnt take it all apart yet as i need to make the press. im thinking im going to try it with that helix seeing new ones are 110 from slp and no one has any suggestions for what helix spring to run....
For some reason I thought you had a 700 RMK, so do the same thing I already posted but look for a 6. Also spend some time in the RMK section of HCS, you're going to have to dig a ways but there are some real good clutch set ups buried in there.
yeah i went to a guys shop today that does clutching, runs nostalgic drags and circles, you may have seen him at haydays (those who go) KRM enterprises is his business. he showed me his tool rather simple and easy to replicate gonna work on it this week.. I did get a Helix from the guy for a good price and some tuning info, once i get it back in and run it he wants me to come back so we can fine tune it, he says he can make it a monster all through the clutches so im stoked!!!
unfortunately i cant get the bolt out yet the fucker is hard and in there good.. going to a machinist friend at pops work on Monday.