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Dalton Clutch Kit

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I am getting everything to complete a clutch kit from Dalton. After watching multiple videos on this, I feel comfortable with doing it myself. The only thing I am needing now at this point is the secondary clutch bolt/shaft and the "not reusable nut". Would any of you be able to lead me in the right direction for purchasing these items and what specifically they are?

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Are you doing something to the secondary ? If not, there's no need to remove it to install a clutch kit.

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What he said. No need to touch the secondary.
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I have to replace the spring behind the secondary that meets with the helix. According to the videos, everybody has been stating I can't reuse the first nut on the secondary shaft that holds the secondary on. The second nut (locking nut) can be reused. I'm just wondering if this is a special nut with nylon material in it or not. I couldn't really see detail of that nut from the videos.
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Not totally sure what nut is in question here, unless you mean bolt ? The later model bikes supposedly have a torque to yield bolt that holds the secondary in place, and your maybe not supposed to use reuse it ? My issue with this is as follows. S torque to yield bolt is tightened to " ◊ " torque spec and then so many degrees past that to achieve proper stretch in the shank, in order to maintain proper torque on the bolt even through heat cycles. I have 2 manuals 1 for the g1 bikes and 1 for the g2 bikes. Both only show a lb.ft. torque. With no instruction on how many degrees past to yield the proper stretch. That being said, I've had mine apart several times for routine maintenance and have yet to replace the bolts. I hope this helps ?!?! Good luck and have fun !

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Oh... and dont be forget the lock tite. I use a generous coating of red on both the primary and secondary fasteners.

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Hi bud.. I just installed my dalton dbo570m clutch kit .... you have the torq to yield secondary clutch bolt. BUY A NEW ONE..... I paid $14 at my local dealer for the bolt... better safe than sorry.... don’t use red loctite..it states to use blue loctite with new bolt. Torque to 15 ft/lbs then 180 degrees. I have a write up from dalton I’ll post below. Also buy the clutch holder tool to make sure your torquing correctly..... I have mine I can sell you for $100
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xmrwarpig,

Thank you for the advice. Is there anything special about the nut that I have to go to the dealer. Is it something that a hardware store would carry?
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I dont think you can get the bolt at a hardware store and yea it is a special bolt...the bolt will strech with torq
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Depending on what year machine he has, it may have a stud and 2 nuts on the secondary. My 2016 did. Primary also had a stud and nut with a locking set-screw.
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