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XLT 600 - Secondary clutch noise

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Old 12-27-2010
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Default XLT 600 - Secondary clutch noise

So I heard this weird tinging noise coming from my sled last weekend. Ended up taking the secondary clutch off and greasing the jackshaft. When I was tapping the secondary back on lightly with a rubber mallet, I noticed there was something loose inside making the noise I was hearing when riding. My brother has an identical year/model and his doesn't make that noise when you tap the housing.

Is there any common issues with these that would result in that type of noise?

I will be taking the unit apart this week, but thought I'd ask. I haven't noticed any performance issues with the sled and ran it hard all weekend.

Any thoughts/suggestions are appreciated! Thanks in advance!
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Old 12-27-2010
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Check that the tip of the spring is not broken off.
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you have the older secondary clutch with shims?
I'm loosing my mind, but as long as I keep the part that tells me when I gotta pee I should be OK.
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