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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-11-2013, 05:12 PM Thread Starter
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track replacement ?'s

I'm putting a new track my 95 xlt. I have it down to where i am about to pull the drive shaft out. I thought this was going to be a breeze, until i found out that with the 4 drive cogs you can't just easily slide the shaft out like you would be able to with the 2 cog driveshaft.
So i just want to doublecheck something. Looking at it, it appears that i have to remove the chaincase to gain enough clearance to pull the shaft out. Am i right about this or is there an easier way that i am not seeing.

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you can pull just the bearing in the bottom of the chaincase out, but it is faster and easier to just pull the chaincase out completely.
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When you get the shaft out press off the two outside drivers so so won't have that prob lem in the future.
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