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2008 Artic Cat 250 Utility clutch bearing went dry


Sarge
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I have the 250 Utility (2008) with atuto trans any one have problems with it. Also is replacing the clutch bearing a long prcess. Dirt demon I grew up in your neck of the woods just a liitle north and west of you.

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There are only two bearings in the whole clutch assembly, they are all the way behind the driven side of the belt drive, which includes the clutch and the driven belt sheaves. So you will start by removing the clutch and work your way back, sure there is alot of parts to deal with, but looking at the layout, it doesn't look that hard. Just make sure you keep all the parts laying in the order that they came off, so you can remember how they go back. The bearings are in the back of the inner belt sheave, from what I can tell, there is a needle bearing, then a circlip that I suspect holds the ball bearing in place inside of the sheave. I would recommend getting yourself a repair manual, it will have more detailed instructions than I can give, and it will have torque specs that you will need to properly put things back together.

So, you are a former Washingtonian? Edgewood, Milton, Fife and Federal Way are all North West of here, where exactly are you from?

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