4 Pieces M8 8mm Secondary Clutch Spreader Belt Change Removal Tool for Can-am ATVs and SXSs Bolt M8 x 1.25 x 70 Pre oil 12.9 CL Fully Threaded
4 Pieces M8 8mm Secondary Clutch Spreader Belt Change Removal Tool for Can-am ATV's and SXS's Bolt M8 x 1.25 x 70, 12.9 CL, Pre oil, Fully Threaded: Automotive. Buy 4 Pieces M8 8mm Secondary Clutch Spreader Belt Change Removal Tool for Can-am ATV's and SXS's Bolt M8 x 1.25 x 70, 12.9 CL, Pre oil, Fully Threaded: Assembly Bolts - ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. Package includes: you will get 4 pieces bolts in the package, enough for you to use and for your bolt replacement . Size and material: made of iron, black surface plating to prevent rust and corrosion, durable and not easy to break or deform, the size is approx. M8 x 1.25 x 70 mm . Fit for: apply to open the secondary clutch for Can-am ATV's and SXS's, will not work with the factory X3 spreader which use a larger bolt . Proper length: these 70 mm bolts are in the good length, open clutch completely but will not allow over thread in and over stress clutch springs . Type: 12.9 CL, pre oil, fully threaded . .All the brand name and models we mentioned just show products adaptability, not worked as trade mark use, kindly noted. . .Features: . .How to use: ..This bolt winds clockwise into the only threaded insert on the secondary or driven clutch to spread apart the sheaves while compressing the spring for ease of belt removal. .2.Then just wind out counter clockwise after belt is re-installed as you turn the secondary or driven clutch clockwise for installation of the belt. .3. Be sure to keep belt in the correct rotation direction, it will be marked. . .Suitable occasion: .Apply to open the secondary clutch for Can-am ATV's or SXS's, will not work with the factory X3 spreader which use a larger bolt. . .Specifications: .Material: iron .Quantity: pieces .Size: M x .25 x 70 mm .Color: black . .Package includes: . x Bolts . .Note: .Please check the size carefully before purchasing. .Small items, please keep away from little kids. . . .