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Clutch spring install
What he said is exactly true, the primary spring (what he is describing is very easy). The secondary is the one that can give a little trouble. Just in case you don't know, the primary is basically what changes your stall and the secondary spring works to hold your belt tighter, therefore if you are gonna run bigger tires you will need a secondary spring or your belt WILL slip. If you are keeping stock size then the secondary is basically up to you.
2007 Brute Force 750, AMS aluminum rims, 29.5 Outlaws, 3000# Gorilla winch
EPI clutch kit, Moose module, HMF Utility exhaust, relocated rad