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Finsdad

CVT Collar?

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On my king 700 I was going to replace the CVT belt and do the shim mod. Well when I took it apart the collar teeth are wore out. Its smooth for the most part. Im going to order a new collar but what would cause this? The back teeth are better that the front side but both have smooth areas. Ill see if I can get a pic posted but I know its not right. Everything else looks good. The belt isn't even worn but it will get replaced. The actual shaft coming out of the engine looks good and doesn't appear to have any worn spots.....so at least thats good.

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Im stupid.....it was grease from the inside of the collar. It made it look like it had teeth. Well I ordered a spare.

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CVT clutches drive on the  sides of the  belt.  The  clutches  should be  smooth or  you'd get  severe  belt wear .

As the  belt wears   it  gets  narrower and  you  would see    glazing on the sides..  Evewntually when  it gets narrow  enough it in unable to  ride up  in the clutches properly  and  you lose  speed and  grip

 

 

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