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I need to replace the rear shock on the wife's sled. Do I need to pull the whole skid assembly out like it looks, or is there a way to cheat? I'm a Polaris guy myself(sorry guys!). I have pulled the skid assembly on Polaris' many times. Is a Arctic Cat pretty much the same?
 

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It will save you alot of time and aggravation to pull the skid out.

Yeah, the skids are the same. Just pull out the 4 bolts and pull it out.
 

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yah pulling the skid out would save you much hassel and back problems. Me and my buddies pulled the skid out of a polaris Indy. The only hard part is taking the drive sprockets out of the track
 

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Like they said, drop your four bolts and replace the shocks. Then when putting the skid back in use a ratchet strap to compress the suspension, this helps relieve the need for hernia surgery.
 

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Originally posted by andrewthefreerider
[br]yah pulling the skid out would save you much hassel and back problems. Me and my buddies pulled the skid out of a polaris Indy. The only hard part is taking the drive sprockets out of the track
You don't pull drive sprikets to take the skid out. You sure you know what's what?
 
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