Yep , not even a bolt haha .KRSS144 said:with no left over pieces...sounds like a job well done.
I pretty much just guessed my way to getting to the point where i had to remove the Diamond Drive off of my sled. So then I searched google on how to remove the diamond drive. I had to do this to remove the shaft so I could take the old track out , and install the new. But here is the link I used to help me with the DD removal. http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=230041kingofkings said:I know you have a newer sled, but, did you go through the suspension while it was out? That is when its easiest. Can you copy and paste that website for me, my dad is looking to replace his track next year on his crossfire or is the schematics for the Crossfire R? Thanks.
Yeah well with my sled I didn't have the chain case bearing. Where my sled has the Arctic Cat Diamond Drive its a little different. But yes it wasn't overly hard when I found out what I was doing. Also had a buddy here with me which helped as well . It's all learn and go for me, it can only get betterEmpire087 said:Changing a track really isn't that hard, it sure seems like it until you think about it. I know the hardest things when swapping a track or replacing ds bearings for me was getting the exaust springs on(pain in the ass lol) and remembering which way the chaincase bearing went in. Took me about 5 hours on and off. Good stuff to know.