***PLEASE NOTE*** This is for the 800 Outlander or Renegade. the 650, 500 and 400 could be different...for example the 400 Owners.... The primary bolt is a Left hand thread and there is no friction washer.
the type of bearings I am using are RBL and part number is 61808 2RS, I received the bearings from rene1 Performance for a smoken deal. So if anyone needs bearings and does not know where to get them pm rene1. And get your gade mudflaps now I hear he has a sale...Other part numbers are 6808 2RS. Just DO NOT use NTN bearings those are the same bearings that are in the oneway to begin with....junk
Here is a small video of the difference between the bearings...(excuse my boy in the background on the monitor ahha)
So I am going to do this "How to" right from the beginning (taking the belt off to the finish) so those who know how to do the beginning stuff bare with me for the people that have never even seen their clutches before.
So first you have to take the cover off your CVT. For renegade owners this is easier than outty owners. for the gaders you just have to undo all the torque screws that hold the cover on (8mm socket or torque bit...not sure on size) and then pull the cover off. For you outty owners you will have to take off the footwell and then take the cover off. so it will take a few more mins, but still easy.
this is what it will look like with the cover off. Primary is on the left and Secondary is on the right.
Take the belt off. You will need a bolt at least 3" long and M8 1.25 threads. it is a 1/2 socket to install and un-install. I have about a 5" bolt thanks to Cruzman ont he forum
something like this
Now on the secondary there is 3 holes on the front ONLY 1 has threads in it that will allow you to install the bolt. I install the bold by hand first so I dont cross thread or damage the threads in anyway. Once you started the bolt then you can use an impact or what ever you like. Becareful if you have a longer bolt than 3" that you dont spread them to far. Im not sure if it will hurt it if its to far but I just do enough to get the belt out with ease...
Now the belt will be loose and you can just work it off...
STEP 3 coming next post.....please dont reply till im done
Edited by ..stiffler.., 12 February 2010 - 08:12 AM.