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Hi Im looking to learn just about everything about a snowmobile I would like to learn enough stuff that I could completely take a snowmobile and be able to put it back togather if you could point me in the direction of where to find this info of tell me I would deeply appericiate it THANX

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Ever been mechanically involved
with a sled. Get a Clymer manual for what ever sled your going to take a part. Shows everything

 

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The clymer manuals are a great place to start. I own a "snowmobile service manual" that covers alot of the vintage sleds....this is my bible for sleds....it covers all the basics plus you can learn alot about sleds by just reading through it. I would suggest that you get an old sled (one that you wouldnt mind tearing down and working on to see how things work) this is the absolute best way to learn.

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Yeah, I would tear one down, the put it all back together again. That is the very best way to learn how things work and how they go togher. That is how I learned all of the things I know, from taking things apart, and putting them together.


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When I was a kid , I tore my '72 Panther down to nothin' and put it back together again. After that I knew it inside and out! I recently did my '97 zr580efi ,took some photos took the engine out fixed every little thing I could find, aligned the clutches and its good as new.If your mechanical and take your time , its alot of fun!!

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Experience is the best teacher. Get an old sled and tear into it. The newer sleds are far more evolved today but you will still get the basics down.

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Yeah man, definately get your hands on a project sled to do this to. Don't try it with your daily driver! That way if something goes wrong you won't be screwed out of riding. You'll also be able to take your time and do it right. Best of luck to ya.
 
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