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Does the entire track need to be dropped to repair this, also will that shaft need removal to get that new bearing and speedo assembly reinstalled?
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well i have done mine if your only changing the speedo side bearing that you could possibly get away with not dropping the track however you will have to loosen the adjusters all the way. but the issue you have is if the bearing will just slide off the shaft or not
 

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After inputing the right description in the tech section I read up on a lot of that and I agree! Looks like I can just loosen the track and get into that shaft without too much trouble other than room to work!
Thanks again guys! Appreciate the help!!
 

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there is not a lot of room to do it and most times it will not just slide off nice and easy, give it a try, worse case scenario you have to take everything out,
 

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Ended up dropping track and removing the axle to work on it, yes tore chain drive assembly down and removed battery box to get at things as well as the lower cowlings.
All went back in smoothly and old 95 Panther deluxe is running like a charm!
Treated the old girl to some Amsoil lube in the chaincase.
Cat is purring!!!!
Thanks again for all the input!
 
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