Subject: Installing Machined Sheave and Grease-less Clutch Mon Jul 04, 2011 1:28 am
Here are a few videos from when me and a buddy changed out my stock clutch. We installed a UTV Inc. machined sheave, 1mm shim, EPI blue secondary spring, 12 gram grease-less rollers and sliders. Even though it is on a Grizzly 450 it's the same procedure for all Grizzlies. A few things that aren't shown but were done was; grease bearing on retaining cage prior to assembly and both primary and secondary sheaves were torqued to proper specs ( had a hard time getting good video/angle of the steps). Also don't run your ATV/UTV with the cage off like we did in the video cause it can bend the shaft. I did it for demonstration purposes only and would never do that to test.
Posts : 5943 Join date : 2009-07-15 Age : 42 Location : Celina, Tennessee
Subject: Re: Installing Machined Sheave and Grease-less Clutch Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:15 am
Awesome videos bro!
What editing software do you use?
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Posts : 39 Join date : 2011-07-03 Location : NJ
Subject: Re: Installing Machined Sheave and Grease-less Clutch Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:43 am
This video was shot with a Canon Vixia HF S20. Edited using Corel Pro X3. The other video I posted in the welcome thread was shot with footage from 4 different cameras. 2 contour 1080ps set at 720p @60fps, the Canon I listed above and another Canon HF S10, edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. The videos from that trip were the first real videos I did using the Adobe software. I did a few test vids prior just to get the hang of it. Now I will just use the Adobe from here out.
Subject: Re: Installing Machined Sheave and Grease-less Clutch