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Old 10-12-2012, 06:09 PM   #1
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05 F7 Driven clutch moveable sheave bushing

Does anybody know if there is a company that sells the moveable sheave bushing for an 05 F7 DD driven clutch? I cannot seem to find anyplace that sells them.
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Does anybody know if there is a company that sells the moveable sheave bushing for an 05 F7 DD driven clutch? I cannot seem to find anyplace that sells them.

they are tough to find, then you have to machine the sheave to make one work. You are better off just ordering new sheaves.
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Send it to X-1 clucthing he will machine your secondary to his bearing.
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:52 PM   #4
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Thanks guys. I think I will just buy a new sheave. Kind of b.s. that cat doesn't sell the bushing. No reason other than its an easy money grab. I am a machinist so I could do the machine work. Maybe just to have a spare I will also get the bushing and machine my old sheave to fit it.
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Plan on "true'ing up" the outer diameter of the helixes surface it runs on as well...............

To do just the bushing/brg and not helix severely shortens the expected "new life expectancy" (been many threads on here over the yrs about that)
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look on ebay for arctic cat clutch bushings. just bought some and installed. twice as wide as oem.like 17.00
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look on ebay for arctic cat clutch bushings. just bought some and installed. twice as wide as oem.like 17.00

I think your talking Roller Secondary ??? And he is looking for DD Secondary

Anyways like stated , i called a bunch of dealers in WI and found one part # in stock from cat 0648-138 - I have two 10" secondaries off my crossfires that i want to machine and only have one moveable sheave bushing

Also talked to BDX - They wont sell me the bushings anymore and for some reason only REBUILD the 10.4" - Go figure


Click on this thread on HCS - I need to send this guy an email - Read thru it about the moveable sheave bushing towards the end that he makes

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Thanks for the link. I sent him an email this morning. I will let you know if he still makes them when I hear back from him.

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I'm not quite sure what part you need, but I have a stock 05 F7 secondary, ( i think, it's been awhile) Mine was upgraded to the 10.4 before I bought the sled, so what ever parts were taken off for the swap to convert, i still have. It's a dd style.
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primary clutch bushings

Thunder products carry movable sheave bushings and cover bushings, $16 or so.
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