2019 850 AXYS Boondocker turbo and clutching.
I gave a video a shot, not an actor for sure. Hope this helps.
The secondary will hunt continually.
The shift affect alone will make it hunt. Think about your belt sander or band saw, what would happen if you let the tracking adjuster float .030”?
The secondary needs float, mainly to eliminate side load to the jackshaft bearing. Polaris specs .010-.050” just for that reason.
There are many variables. Shaft flex, chassis alignment, secondary spline/shaft fitment tolerance that will force it off alignment under load..
Hope this answers your question of “to much float“?