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This is a discussion on Cleaning out chaincase within the General forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; im not meaning for you to worry about this, but if you do see metal shards in your oil and they are "sparklers", it could ...

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    im not meaning for you to worry about this, but if you do see metal shards in your oil and they are "sparklers", it could mean you lost a bearing which happened to me, might wanna check bearings while your at it, just a thought, of course then again i am a freak about it since it happened

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    Thanks for the info. I was worried...but buddies dad (auto mechanic and works on his kids sled as tech as he races) said what I saw was "normal" as the magnet picks up the little pieces...but oil was getting thick and grudgy which made it look worse than it was.

    But thanks for the info....will definitely keep it in mind as I continue to learn about things!

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