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2002 Rancher 350 ES.   Removing the centrifugal (weighted) clutch.   Is the big nut left or right-hand threaded?

 

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On the 350 Rancher they're both reg thread/ lefty loosey, righty tighty.

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Thank you!  I was worried.  I watched one Youtube video where a guy said different.  But, normally when there is left-handed thread involved the service manual highlights it.  And, I found nothing in the service manual.  Plus, I plan to remove it with my impact..  My impact will definitely remove it one way or the other.  I just wanted it to be in a good way. 🙂

 

thanks again. much appreciated.

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The old 350 Fourtrax/350D Foreman had one that is reverse thread.   The Ranchers are all standard.

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copy.  thanks.  That helps to explain the difference.

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1 hour ago, jeepwm69 said:

On the 350 Rancher they're both reg thread/ lefty loosey, righty tighty.

It's "righty tighty, lefty loosey" . in that order.

When I say righty tighty second in my head, all i hear is whitey tighty. And that's an entirely different support saddle there....

I hope you all now think of underwear when you say that mechanics slogan in head for the rest of your life as will I....

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So... Hefty Loosey would be a fat guy wearing boxers?

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I'm cracking up.  slide one down the bar to me please.

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