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Hello all

I’m new to side by sides. I bought a 2013 wildcat 4 with 30” tires. I’m wondering if there is a way to find out if it’s been clutched for this tire size as I’m looking to get new tires and would like to keep them 30”
Thank you I’m advance for any insight you can share. I’ve read through a bunch of clutch threads and couldn’t find anything.
 

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...preowner didnt tell you? i guess if it wasnt clutched right you would get into trouble quick- destroying belts etc.- guess if you open it maybe you see if theres aftermarket springs??

you also must use LOW more then with average tires ;-) good luck
 

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...preowner didnt tell you? i guess if it wasnt clutched right you would get into trouble quick- destroying belts etc.- guess if you open it maybe you see if theres aftermarket springs??

you also must use LOW more then with average tires ;-) good luck
Thank you for the insight! I’ll have to opener up and have a peek.
 

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...should be- yes

springs have numbers stamped and different colours....

hope you see it couse of dirt and wear...
 

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...should be- yes

springs have numbers stamped and different colours....

hope you see it couse of dirt and wear...
Looks like the primary spring is red. I just opened it up. Guess I should talk to my rep and find out what is stock??
 

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run your rig around 25 mph, kick it down, watch what your rpms jump to then settle down
 

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as i remember the oem springs were black- BUT- arctic cat had also different springs- one in red- EPI had red springs...so?? as said- if its clutched right- no need to change....
 
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