To keep from removing the tranny, I had to remove the fan to be able to move the diff' far enough forward to get the driveshaft off.
This is a discussion on Front driveshaft removal within the Mid-Size Rangers forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; I have a leaking pinion seal and I have removed the roll pin, which was pretty tuff, but I cant figure out how to get ...
I have a leaking pinion seal and I have removed the roll pin, which was pretty tuff, but I cant figure out how to get the shaft out. I unbolted the gearcase to move it forward, but can't seem to get it. Do I have to remove axles and all or is there something simple I can do that I'm not thinking of? Thanks
Oh yeah.......replace that crappy roll pin with a 5/16" x 2" fine thread bolt and use plenty of anti-seize when installing. You'll thank me if you ever have to remove it again.
Got it, Thanks for the help
Not sure what model you have buy the service manual for the 2010-2011 400/500 says to remove pin and slide shaft into transmission and sharply pull toward diff. to remove from transmission. Then pull towards right frame ans slide out back right side. I haven't had to perform this yet, only have 8.6 hours on mine.
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