If your clutching system is defunct and not functioning properly, you may not need to replace the entire thing. In many cases, simple weight adjustments and other calibrations can fix the issue. In other cases, fixing or replacing a few of the component parts of the clutch can do the trick. For example, a friend of the site came to us with his 2016 Mid-Size ETX wanting quicker engagement less shudder. Because the weights and springs are what calibrate the clutching to run at a certain rpm and determine the shift ratios and speed in the clutches, we suggested a heavier primary spring to raise the engagement rpm. If the weights in the clutch are too heavy compared to the spring, they will pull the rpm way down and make it boggy, unresponsive, and slower. Little things like this can be extremely frustrating if you don’t know what you’re doing. So if you need some assistance with the clutch in your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size, drop us a line and we will get everything straightened out in no time.