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Primary Clutch Torque Specs?

Hey guys, I have to put a new primary clutch on my 2002 polaris rmk egde 800, but i have to replace the spring first, i am wondering what the torque specs are for the six bolts on the top, as well as the main one that goes into the shaft. Also i snapped my pull starter wondering if anyone had any advice on how to change that easy. Thanks!
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I have a 2001 800. I use a 1/4 ratchet on those 6 bolts and just get them good and snug. It's only about 15 pounds of torque. The main bolt (5/8ths I think), I torque pretty well with a 3/8ths ratchet. You probably won't over torque with that short handled ratchet. I think it's around 80 or 90 pounds. Maybe someone has a manual to give you the actual specs or you should be able to just call a Polaris dealer and ask someone in the service department.
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