How to Replace a Snowmobile Track?

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Replace a snowmobile track by laying the snowmobile on it's side. Lift the rear and drain the chaincase. Take the bolts out of the drive shaft assembly, then remove the chaincase. After you've taken the drive shaft out, you can remove and replace the track. For more information look here: www.snowgoer.com;
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To remove and change a snowmobile track you will have to make sure you do it on a lift or jacks so its off the ground. Remove the screws from the gears, then remove the drive shaft.
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1. Lift the snowmobile off the ground by using a snowmobile lift hoist. The hoist will lift the back end of the snowmobile up and allow you to access the track. This will also slacken
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