We received 3" of snow today so I thought I would do a couple of laps around the yard before our trip to the UP this weekend.... being that she's brand new I wanted to make sure that all is well. Here's what I found...
I noticed a slight clunk and can feel the sled lurch (during the clunk) at VERY slow speeds. I opened the hood and the frequency of the "clunk" does not relate to jackshaft rotation or secondary clutch rotation. It also does not relate to track rotation.... meaning the "clunk" is faster than one complete rotation of the track. It almost seems like it's related to one revolation of the chain. Not had much experience with this type of problem so any insite is appreciated.
Keep in mind this sled has 1.4 miles. I'll call the dealer tomorrow and see what they have to say... I just don't want to hear "bring it in and we'll have a look". That would screw up the weekend. Oh well... we will have to see. Thanks!!
By the way... it's a 04 Polaris800 XC SP
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The TEAM secondary has a VERY SMALL amount of play both when I rotate it by hand (CW & CCW) and when I pull and push on it. Is this normal???
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A buddy just rode over from down the road... he has an 04 700 XC SP and his TEAM secondary feels EXCATLY the same as mine so that's not it.
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