Also when you get it off post an update on here what the thread size is, maybe save someone a headache down the road.
Don't be nervous. Taking off the clutches are the easiest thing to do. You just need the right puller. There are ways without puller but you risk damage to clutch. They can get stuck like this guy's but with the right puller it'll pop off like butter. I suspect that the clutch was way over torqued to create a scenario like this. The primary is only torqued to 40 ft pounds the secondary is only 17 ft pounds.Im fixing to do my first clutch, I hate hearing stuff like this it makes me more nervous to try
Did you get that clutch off?Primary clutch stuck on. Just bought a 2014 RZR 800s Le for my son and a week after bought the primary clutch bearing has seized up. Guessing it is a cheaper eBay or Amazon clutch and no polar will fit it! The standard 800 puller is too large to fit the threaded part in the puller. Will fit in the hole, but the threaded part is too large!