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Take it to a shop and spend the 10 bucks they are goin to charge you to install it.. i did it myself and apparently did it wrong, cruising down the trails the rope got sucked in, broke, handle went somewhere on the trail, and i was left staring my sled with a rope on the clutch.. now thats a bad day. just pay the 10bucks and have it done right.. just sayin
The sticky in the Engine section How Too worked perfectly the first try. Hammer two nails approximately 1 inch apart, hook the center end of the spring on one nail and wind it up. Hold a piece of board on top of the spring to prevent it from popping up on you. Once you get it wound up tight enough to fit in the housing clamp a pair of vice grips on the spring to hold it together. Using the vice grips, place the spring in the housing making sure the outer hook connects with the housing. Slowly release the vice grips and the tough part is over. Now just reassemble the rope housing and done.