If you're looking to replace your RZR 4 clutch with a used one, it can be done, but if you're mixing and matching clutches from different models, make sure you know what you're doing. A rider we know tried to replace an RZR 900 4 seater primary clutch with a RZR 1000 2 seater primary clutch. He ran a secondary output shaft because of the wide reverse chain and was able to get the clutch on. However, he didn't take into consideration that the taper on the crank is different. Yes, it worked for a little bit, but because the crank taper differences, the alignment was off and it didn't last long -- costing him more than it would have cost to get a top-of-the-line clutch had he just done so from the beginning. If you're doing your own clutch rebuild, you need to make sure to double check the markings on all the components, especially the spider nut -- which should be torqued to 250. Ensure to use the right tools as well, or things will break. Every component -- be it a washer, nut, or something similar -- has its function, so don't leave anything out. If you don't know what you're doing, consult an expert. Feel free to give us a call or send over an email, because as they say in the powersports world;do it right, do it lightly; do it wrong, do it long.
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