http://www.motioncycle.com/fiche_section_detail.asp It appears you need special spring ring pliers. The spring ring pliers I have are not long enough. I'm currently dealing with the same problem. From looking at the parts breakdown, it's apparent the spring ring is what's holding the plunging joint on.
The best way to remove the rear axle on a Polaris Hawkeye is to spray it with PB blaster. After waiting several hours or a day, simply pull the axle outward.Ê
Rear bearing is bad or cv joint is bad.check boots for rips.Check rear wheel bearing first that the cheapest fix
buy the clymer manual first. there are clips on the inside of the cups remove them press the Ujoint out of the yoke. someone told me you need to install the rear drive shafts with the yokes/u joints the same on both sides lined up. Mine were from the factory. thanks
Unbolt/remove driveshaft. Use U-joint press to remove old U-joint, install new and replace driveshaft.
Remove the you joint and driveshaft. Remove the rear end seal plate. Remove the seal and bearing. Reverse the process to install the new seal.
To replace the rearend gear on the Polaris 325 You have to jack it up and remove the eight bolts that holds the rear end cover on. After you remove it you simply have to pull the old gear out and install the new one.
Simply unbolt the rear u-joint, the center bearing (if any) and pull it out.
ive got a 1997 plymouth mini van and cant get the cv joint out of the trans any help ?
Use a punch and tap it across the barrel. Its a dove tail joint.
Remove belt cover from left side of engine . If you remove the screws that hook rear fender to foot rest the cover comes off easier . Then take out bolt in center of rear clutch assy . Slide rear clutch off and remove old belt .Install new belt in reverse mannor .
You have to remove the rear tire and you will see the Rear ball joint pressure fit into a round bar the easiest way to get this out is to heat it with a blow torch and pound it with a hammer and chizzle. This should eventually pop it out and then the new one is much easier to replace.
use a slide hammer