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Grizzly Clutch Weight Information

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Yamaha Grizzly 700 Clutch Weight Modification:

This information has been gathered to help others with their Grizzly 700 clutch weight modifications. It is for reference only and gathers information from a number of sources.

Dalton Industries currently sells a kit for $100 on their website, . It includes 12 clutch weights, (8 ) 14.7grams and (4 ) 17grams. The clutch uses (8 ) weights total.
As a reference, the stock 700 weights are approximately 18.5 grams each. Stock 660 weights are 17g and stock Kodiak 450 weights are 14g. These weights can be found at your dealer for approximately $3-4 each.
Dalton recommends the following weight changes according to application:

Stock tire size but heavier: (4) 14.7g weights and (4) 18.5g weights (132.8g)
26-27” tire (0-4000’ elevation): (4) 14.7g weights and (4) 17g weights (126.8g)
28” tire: (8 ) 14.7g weights (117.6g)

It also recommends the 28” setup for 26-27” tires at high elevations.
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what clutch weight setup do you think would benefit the grizz 660? I am running the 26" xtrs' I have seen many on here running 4 660 weights and 4 kodiac weights.. On the 700's Is this the best set for these tries? Does anyone one know what weights come with the FIX Hole Shot kit for the 660? would you recommend that kit versus the dalton Kit, (that kit also comes with the secondary clutch spring?) they must be less weight than the stock but more than the kodiak.
Seems like if all I need is kodiak weights I can just buy 4 kodiak weights and save a ton of Dough, especially since the FIX kit in 119.00 and Dalton about the same... thanks.. I still need to figure out the best way to hold the sheave, I do not have a impact gun and I want to be able to torque it down correctly.. So I would be using my big torque wrench breaker bar. thanks everyone!
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