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Just curious, what are the signs that a clutch or a belt may be getting ready to go out? I have a '06 700efi sportsman and have been feeling a thumping on the left floor board or down there somewhere. I thought maybe a stick or something was stuck underneath but I saw nothing. Any ideas before I start tearing into things?
Thanks for any help or ideas you can give me.
On a quad with a swing arm, could be the needle bearings in the swingarm.. Can't remember if your 700 is a irs or not..sorry Not up on the bigger quads... There could be some slop in the needle bearing on the shock or the bushing.
2002 500 Scrambler-White Bros pipe,HPD airbox/carb mod chain tensenor and shock covers,TEAM roller secondary clutch,custom primary clutching ,WORKS struts,and much more SOLD
2003 330 Trailboss-stock excepet for EPI pink primary spring and Aaen blue secondary spring(gone with wife)
2001 400 Sportsman traded for a CJ5 Jeep
2004 Victory TC Cruiser
1972 FLH Harley (my pride and joy of 20+yrs)
How do you tell if a cv joint is bad? i just had to replace the cv boot clamp on my outer rear, the one closest to my tire. I had the whole thing apart last night but it looked ok to me so I put it back together. I did clean it out and regrease it. I don't know how long the clamp had been broke but I noticed it a couple of weeks ago when I was changing the rear gear oil. I saw addition grease back in that area and assumed I had ripped a boot. The boot was ok but the clamp broke.