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Default 97 MM700 triple clutch help

I just picked up a damaged MM700

They hit a culvert and the trailing arm folded in and poked through to the clutch and beat it up pretty good.

Iím looking for a trailing arm (LHS), a shock, and a primary clutch for this unit.

My first question is what clutches are interchangable onto the triple? Maybe I can save some money finding a cheaper Polaris primary or if there is anything of that sort.

Second question is, does anyone know of a good site or good people I could find a couple cheap parts from (on a tight budget with this unit, in the process of finishing my garage)

Any help would be huge! Thank you very much
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There is a good chance I have most of what you need, just need to dig through my crap.

As for clutch alternatives, you can run a p-85 on there, but set-ups will be non existent.

No such thing as a cheap place for parts, but the sled wreckers are a good place to start.

Where you located? That opens up alot in the where to go for parts department.
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There is a good chance I have most of what you need, just need to dig through my crap.

As for clutch alternatives, you can run a p-85 on there, but set-ups will be non existent.

No such thing as a cheap place for parts, but the sled wreckers are a good place to start.

Where you located? That opens up alot in the where to go for parts department.
Iím from Alberta, Canada. Near the Edmonton area.
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I was really hoping you werent in Ca, shipping is ridiculous from here to there unless you have a stateside address.

Clutch wont be bad but the oversize trailing arm box will kill you.

Have you opened up your broken clutch? Need to know if any of the tuning components are salvagable like the arms and rollers as well as how it was tuned.

Your shocks got red springs or black?
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I did the same thing on my old 700 and it ended up bending my pto shaft so I had to get the crank straightened. You might want to put a dial indicator on that end after you pull the clutch off just to be sure.


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I was really hoping you werent in Ca, shipping is ridiculous from here to there unless you have a stateside address.

Clutch wont be bad but the oversize trailing arm box will kill you.

Have you opened up your broken clutch? Need to know if any of the tuning components are salvagable like the arms and rollers as well as how it was tuned.

Your shocks got red springs or black?
I already got a 96 clutch off a mountain max coming this month from a decent eBay purchase. I believe my internals are good so if anything happens with this cheaper clutch I should be able to mingle them together . (With the help of a good buddy)

I hear you with the shipping. Iíve been hunting these parts for weeks now and most shipping pricing are more then the piece itself.

The shocks on this guy are the black. Thanks a bunch for the reply!
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I did the same thing on my old 700 and it ended up bending my pto shaft so I had to get the crank straightened. You might want to put a dial indicator on that end after you pull the clutch off just to be sure.


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Thanks for the heads up. I had it spinning pretty good already and it looks not too shabby so far but Iíll definitely get a dial on there to save me the future headache.
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