1. Drain Chaincase Oil
2. Remove Gears and chain
3. Remove 4 suspension bolts
4. Remove Suspension
5. Remove Front Driveshaft bolts on both sides of tunnel
6. Remove Drive shaft
7. track falls out
8. Crack Open a Barley Pop in awe that it only took you 30 min to get it out and that it will probably take you 3 hours to get it back in...lol
Actually to install just reverse the process, should be fairly simple but this is just a general idea of a track change. You may encounter more obsticles that are unique to your model sled.
dont forget the step were you gotta tighten and loosen the front suspension bolts like a bizzillion times each before you get them both out. lol, did mine like 3 weeks ago,
i recommend an extra hand , makes it alot easier... goodluck
Like any berring, it is pressed in fairly tight.
Go and invest in a brass punch or 2.
They are cheap, and won't gouge your expensive chaincase.
Good luck....and enjoy, repairs are the second funnest thing about sleds.
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