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Can-Am Outlander 400 clutch service?

Looking at doing a primary and secondary clutch service on a 2005 Outlander Max 400. I have never done a clutch service on a quad (done them on our sleds back in the day) as when we had our 2007 Can-Am Outlander I was going to do it but Enns Bros serviced them when they did that inner CVT plastics housing update. My question is do you really have to have those special tools that keep the clutch from rotating or is there something else that a person can use? Plus I hear that "special" grease is also not needed. I know just any old grease is highly not recommend, what kind of grease is everyone using? Thanks in advance for your reply!
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you need a special took to take the inner sheave of the primary clutch off but if you are just doing a service there is no need to take that off, the one way bearing on the primary clutch uses isoflex grease but be carefull when removing because there is two springs what will shoot off, and as for redoing the buttons in the primary clutch no specialty tools are needed but please do be carefull when undoing the bolts on both the primary and secondary clutchs as they will shot off because of the springs so best is to do this with another set of hands, ive never personally a 400 clutch but i believe its all the same with other can-am.
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you need a special took to take the inner sheave of the primary clutch off but if you are just doing a service there is no need to take that off, the one way bearing on the primary clutch uses isoflex grease but be carefull when removing because there is two springs what will shoot off, and as for redoing the buttons in the primary clutch no specialty tools are needed but please do be carefull when undoing the bolts on both the primary and secondary clutchs as they will shot off because of the springs so best is to do this with another set of hands, ive never personally a 400 clutch but i believe its all the same with other can-am.
Thanks for your reply and advise! I know about the springs in the one way bearing and to be carefull when removing them. What do you used to keep the clutch from rotating when the main bolt is removed and reinstalled and torqued? I have air tools but when bolt gets torqued I am wondering what is used to keep clutch from rotating? I do not plan on removing the inner primary sheave. So "Isoflex" grease is needed for the one way bearing ah? Thanks again for your reply! I just have a couple more questions.
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