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Old 05-09-2018, 02:04 PM
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Default Replacement Rollers 2008 M1000

Replacement Rollers 2008 M1000

Who makes roller kit for this clutch
I ate up a weight this last weekend
Rollers are shot
Clutch in great shape other than that

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Old 05-09-2018, 05:08 PM
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slp and thunder products
you will need 200.00 in tools if not your money ahead to just by a new one.
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If it ate rollers better check hub & bushing too
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I ate a roller last year for my M8 as well.

Short Story: Go to Amazon and buy a new clutch for $300.

I researched this a lot to try and save $$$. The issue is, the spider is difficult to remove...must use a lot of heat and around 1000 ft lbs (1000, not a typo). Any reputable shop who isn't trying to take your money will tell you that removing the spider may damage the clutch (lots of heat and torque). Then you have the sheaves that are worn, metal that was stressed from eating a weight, bushings are likely shot and the metal very stressed. So, you can spend about $200 to $250 to fully rebuild it or buy a new one. Just buy a new one. Yes, frustrating but that is how it goes for this clutch.
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buy a new uncalibrated clutch (about 3-350), send the old one to racin station for rebuild. then you have a spare. we have two now Ski

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I ate a roller last year for my M8 as well.

Short Story: Go to Amazon and buy a new clutch for $300.

I researched this a lot to try and save $$$. The issue is, the spider is difficult to remove...must use a lot of heat and around 1000 ft lbs (1000, not a typo). Any reputable shop who isn't trying to take your money will tell you that removing the spider may damage the clutch (lots of heat and torque). Then you have the sheaves that are worn, metal that was stressed from eating a weight, bushings are likely shot and the metal very stressed. So, you can spend about $200 to $250 to fully rebuild it or buy a new one. Just buy a new one. Yes, frustrating but that is how it goes for this clutch.
Thanks for the update.
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you will not buy a new M1000 clutch for 300.00 anytime. The m8 clutch is a lot different and you can buy them for 300.00 but NOT an m1000 The M1000 uses a 35 mm shaft and the cat part # 0746-841 you can get them from babbits or cat country for 441.00... we rebuild the M1000 clutches when we need to and use thunder products roller kits ( about $90.00) they work very well. you do need the tools to rebuild it though and a good torque wrench.

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I most likely have weights if you need them. Would love to get them out of the stack
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Also have some MDS weights kicking around for a M1000 with less than 500 miles on them if interested.
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