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Dalton Secondary Spring- Can Am

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Optional Dalton Secondary Clutch Spring- Can Am Outlander / Renegade 1000, 29.5" + Tires.

This optional secondary spring is designed for use with the Dalton clutch kits for the 1000 cc Outlander, Renegade, 2013 Commander, and Maverick Can Am models only when called for in each set up guide. It is most often used with extreme mud tires of 29.5" and larger, see each specific instructions and description.

This spring a torsion/compression spring and is specific to the models described.

FAQ : "I have a 1000 Outlander. "I'm a quite heavy trail rider and do some mud with typical aftermarket 27-28" tires, and I plow snow in winter. I like the best I can get, and more parts is usually better should I add this secondary spring ?"

ANSWER : No. For the gearing associated with 29.5" and larger tires this spring is a definite plus, however, it is not always that more is better. The regular DBO 1000R clutch kit and the stock secondary spring, set up as the instructions say, is more efficient and the best for your application. There are a couple of instances, like when using extreme mud 28" tires on that model AND often carrying 2 persons, or using extreme 28's at high elevation it can help, but for most instances with 28" it is best with the stock secondary spring. Our kits and components have descriptions based on our test results.


For most applications the stock secondary spring on the 800's is preferable,but when using 28 and larger competittion mud tires this new optional secondary spring keeps low belt/clutch ratios better for the mud pits.


Additional Notes:

Can Am Secondary springs   @2.9" @1.96"
Dalton Green (400 cc)
DPSS-GN 63 lbs. 75 lbs.
Dalton Bronze (500 cc) DPSS-BZ 85 lbs 105 lbs
Dalton Yellow/Black DPSS-Y/B 147 lbs 205 lbs
Dalton Black / Violet DPSS-B/V * torsion spring
Can-Am 800 Stock 135 lbs. 185 lbs.

Note: Torsion springs have many different characteristics, load comparisons can be  irrelevant.