Maybe you don't, I don't know. I remember doing my F3...We pulled the bearing. I remember this only because we did not remove the secondary clutch, and at the time, I was the only one with small enough hands to get all the bolts in and tight again. [|)]Originally posted by rev500ss
[br]I'm not sure that you have to pull the bearing from the left side of the sled, when I changed out the track on my 96 formula z all I did was pull the chain case and slide the shaft toward the right side of the sled that allowed the left side bearing to come out of it's carrier (not sure if that is what it is called or not) and the shaft came out.