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The guide for my sway bar broke and fell off(It's on the front suspension, mounts on the side of the belly pan with 3 rivits next to the rubber boot), the swaybar came out of its track near the spindle, no damage. I have never taken a polaris front suspension apart, can I unbolt the trailing arm? and what is the trick to this if any? 1997 INDY XLT SP 600
I hope I have all of my terminology correct.

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I am not sure if I used the correct name for the bar, It is in the front, goes through the bellypan, curves down and goes into a slot near the spindles.


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Take the bolt out of the rear of the trailing arm. You can unbolt the upper and lower radius rods from the trailing arms. If you want to remove the shock from the trailing arm, you can - otherwise, just pull the trailing arm out of the sway bar. Don't lose the plastic guide that the sway bar goes in to. Rivet the new guide in place, and reverse the process. You may want to put a little grease around the plastic guide in the trailing arm when you put it back together. Good luck.
 

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Sorry can't help you dude, that was the first thing I removed from both my XLTs. We live for mountain riding out here so all the sway bars on my sleds were cut out with a grinding wheel!!


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Edited by - Bman on January 02 2002 3:40:52 PM
 

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You cut them out with a grinder!?

man, put like 45 minutes of work in, and take it out properly next time, those things are worth money!



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I watched my buddy cut his off with a torch!
 

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Thanks for the help, all pieces back in and no problems.

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