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I'buy a use sled 2 years ago 04 RMK 600 144,

I buy a new clutch, The clutch come with a red with a blue trip on it.

The clutch on the sled is all black.

Witch spring I have to keep

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I,

I'buy a use sled 2 years ago 04 RMK 600 144,

I buy a new clutch, The clutch come with a red with a blue trip on it.

The clutch on the sled is all black.

Witch spring I have to keep

Thanks
Is the "new" clutch actually new and designed for your sled or used from another sled. If so same model/year?

The black spring is a heavier weight spring. You used it before. If I had to guess I'd go with that one...

Looking at the specs the Red/blue is a 100/200 and the black is a 100/300 so it's a higher rate spring.

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Secondary Driven Clutch from a 2004 Polaris 600 Classic with 2,300 miles

Mine it is for a 04 rmk 144 600

but I'm a bit dumm with the spec 100/200 or 100/300

Sorry

bot to clutch are used.

the Black was on the my rmk, I don't know is is the good one.
 

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As long as the black one doesn't have 5000+ miles on it and it's not weak/stretched out use that one.
 

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Here's a supplement for your sled from the Polaris website. It has jetting and clutching recommendations for temperature and elevation on the second page.

http://cdn.polarisindustries.com/polaris/common/parts-manuals/9918282r02.pdf

The numbers for a spring are the initial force of the spring and the fully shifted force of the spring. There is also a rate that goes with the spring force. A spring with less initial force will cause the primary to engage the belt at less engine RPM, a spring with greater initial force causes the spring to engage at greater engine RPM. Less full shifted force will decrease the shift speed so you may shift too quickly past the RPM and torque curve.
 

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Thanks :thumbsup:
 
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