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Hello, I have a question about my secondary clutch, I blew a belt or blew a bearing causing the belt to go, anyways, ive looked threw every diagram and confused where this bearing goes. It's a 2012 commander X. When I removed the secondary, all the belt and bearing were wrapped against the inner clutch cover. What I question is, when I place the bearing where I think it goes, it dont look like it goes there....attached are some photos, maybe someone will know exactly for sure.
 

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Was there gearbox oil in that mess? It looks like the gearbox oil seal and the distance ring that goes on the countershaft behind the helix. Should be an o-ring, too. Items 8,9, and 10?
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No, no oil, but I agree, there looked like a seal of some kind, and mayne a ring, but things were so "melted" back there, it's hard to tell....I know the bearing came apart....im just unsure what to order and how they get placed back together
 

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Look at the countershaft, at the cvt cover backplate, behind the helix. I'll bet the gearbox oil seal is on your floor.
secondary.jpg secondary seal.jpg
 

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That's ugly. Looks like remnants of the seal are still wedged up in there, too.
 

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Yeah part of the spring and some of the seal is still in there as well as the o ring. Can you turn the countershaft freely in neutral and does it engage in gear? You need a new inside cvt cover too or it will fill with water/dirt/etc through the melted holes, which requires pulling the primary clutch - be really careful pulling the primary clutch. When you take the outer sheave off, wrap a rag around where the one way collar is because when you slide it off there's a couple of little springs with little pins that will shot off to god knows where otherwise. There's some videos of acefire doing it on the uatv-tech.com site.
 
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