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2002 sportsman clutch/belt question

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Old 07-10-2019, 04:58 PM
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hey yall, ive got am 02 sportsman 500...trying to figure out my belt creeping issue. its supposed to have EBS but the clutch doesnt have a grooved 1 way bearing.

it has just a shaft that the belt rides on, no bearing at all? does this sound right? its got the gates belt FOR ebs versions but it creeps in gear and is difficult to shift. all my internet searching has got me nowhere.

did they make an ebs clutch with a solid non bearing shaft? or did someone put in a different clutch?
 
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Old 07-10-2019, 05:48 PM
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Partzilla .com shows two different drive clutches for 2002 500 looks like it was available both ways. Believe creeping is a alignment issue or might also be secondary shim issue don't know much more
 
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