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07-07-2014 04:52 PM
akflyer Thanks for the reply. Waiting on calls back to a few vendors, it seems they only list kits for tires to 28" so I was wanting to talk to them to see if they would recommend anything else besides the kits listed. I will probly be hitting you up in the next day or two for that Dalton kit you have.

Thanks
07-05-2014 03:42 PM
Joes5091 Welcome, I have a Brand new Dalto clutch kit for big tires for sale 100.00 shipped also stick with oem seals and The Kawasaki Teryx uses the same bearings and they are half the price.
07-05-2014 01:16 PM
akflyer
2010 700 XTX needs clutch kit

I picked up a 700 xtx with 30" mudlites on it. Top speed is about 40 MPH. I know that the tires are really a bit big, but its what I have. It works great plowing snow in low but even cruising the trails it will slip and bog in high. I want some speed back and get better shifting.

Is there are recommended clutch kit that I can get and instal without having to send the clutch off? I work away from home 2 weeks on 2 weeks off and I would really like to have something waiting for me at the house so I can put it in and use the darn thing.

I dont have any rubbing issues now that I cranked the springs up and cut off the screws that hold the tub in and stick through the fender well. It only had 213 miles on it when I got it, but they were not the easiest of miles. The rear bearings are getting sloppy and the front right diff is leaking at the seals... So

1) clutch kit
2) rear wheel bearings, what bearings do you like and what has held up the best
3) diff seals... there are a ton of aftermarket seals, whos lasts the longest.

Thanks

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