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  • Birthday 08/19/1958

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  1. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    The numbers didn't match, but the guy said it will work. A different person helped him first and gave him a clutch, the main guy came in and noticed it was wrong and grabbed one and that he said will work. Thanks!
  2. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    The shavings are from the back of clutch binding against the motor- wearing it down. If we had it running how could it be a bad crank? Don't know much about this kind of stuff, but would it still run if the crank was bad?
  3. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    Not on backwards. I think they gave him the wrong clutch. But, what do I know about snowmobiles . He wanted to see if it would start, won't do that again. Bill, at the sled shop in Cook is going to take care of us for just about what the clutch cost. Can't get to it till Sunday. Son is going to have to take the girlie sled(wife's) out tomorrow.
  4. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    He was able to start it once we removed the clutch. He said it pulled over like normal
  5. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    Things aren't looking good. Done before the weekend started.
  6. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    So my son took it out for a 5 mile test today. They pulled over and the sled quit running. Opened the hood to check things out and noticed the side of the primary clutch by the engine had some metal shavings. The pull cord won't pull, they had to tow back. The clutch will spin by hand, but a lot of resistance. Any ideas where to start? Pulling in the garage now to take the clutch off to see what's going on.
  7. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    Looks like it's going to be a little above "O" next weekend. Five sleds went by about an hour ago, -18 out there now....burrr
  8. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    Clutch is in and works great.... happy son. Thanks everyone for your help! Our sledding/fishing wknd is back on for next weekend with my son and son-in-law.
  9. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    All Power Sports has one..$200.00. anything my son needs to know about installing? He has a clutch wrench/puller. Should he buy new spring and weights? I don't know much about working on them, but what about balancing them? Thanks...
  10. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    I talked to them earlier today, they we're going to check and get back to me. All Power Sports.
  11. CigarGuy

    Need A Polaris Fusion 600ho Primary Clutch.

    Thanks all, I'll try these.... it's the primary clutch. I think he told me it was cracked.
  12. My son needs a clutch for his sled within 10 days. Dealer wants over 500.00. d.kirk is b/o'd. Where's a good place to buy a new or used one (from Cook to cities)? Polaris fusion 600ho, 2006. Thanks in advance!
  13. CigarGuy

    Atv - Snow Tires or Chains

    I bought new tires for my Sportsman 500 last year. I think the lugs/tread is about 1-1/4". They work great for plowing my driveway. I went out on the lake via my neighbors road a couple weeks ago, he plows a short trail out on the lake every year for use to drive out on our atv's for ice fishing. He hasn't plowed since walleye season closed, so it has snowed and drifted over a little. I tried driving my atv out and between the slush and deeper snow, I was bottoming out and getting stuck. I don't know if chains would help that much if you're bottoming out and getting hung up on the frame. Not to mention if you break through the hard packed trail or hit the deeper snow once you're out on the lake, you'll have a heck of a time getting going again-bring the shovel! Also, if pulling a sled of some sort behind you, that will compound things. Did I mention that I have a couple of snowmobiles that I'll sell you for a good price, that will take care of that problem
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