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Looking for an Arctic Cat Clutch Alignment tool that does the aligning and also has the center to center distance measurement as well - need this to be 12.2 (most of them have a notch for both 10.2 and 12.2).

Willing to buy or borrow, just no sense in buying one new for $25 if someone has one to use.

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k. too far away for me to borrowyou mine
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I have one. Its from Sled Pro's. I have the SPCT5 on this page.

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sorry didn't specify, I mean the tool that checks it, not the one that bolts onto the sled. thanks anyways though

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Originally posted by iambroke@Mar 27 2006, 02:24 PM
sorry didn't specify, I mean the tool that checks it, not the one that bolts onto the sled. thanks anyways though
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eh... It doesn't bolt on to the machine. This sets your offset and center to center with one tool. Read the link that I posted.

You remove the secondary, it slides on the jackshaft and sits on the primary setting the center to center and offset.
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The alignment tool Scooter has is easy to use. Probably would take you all of 10-15 minutes to install and adjust your alignment and center to center.

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