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This is a discussion on 2016 xp900 crew clicking in reverse within the Ranger Crew 900 Discussions forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; 3000 miles, recently started a metallic clicking in reverse and is rotationally related. The faster I reverse the more I hear it. Very obvious. Question...is ...

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    2016 xp900 crew clicking in reverse

    3000 miles, recently started a metallic clicking in reverse and is rotationally related. The faster I reverse the more I hear it. Very obvious.

    Question...is my reverse chain about to let go and cost me a lot of money? What if anything can I do about it. What else might it be? If this is gonna be a costly repair or potentially Iím gonna trade this thing in. I live way out in the boonies and atv mechanics are several hours away.

    Thx in advance.


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    Could also be wheel bearings or cv's. Put it up on jack stands and try to isolate the noise. Just because it's happening in reverse doesn't necessarily point to the chain.
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    Itís not the bearings cause I keep them greased, itís def coming from the rearend. Only happens in reverse.


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    So jack stands are out of the question? There's a lot going on back there besides a reverse chain. Jungle Man has Crystal Balls. Maybe he would know?
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    Iíll def start there and see what shakes out. I wonít be home for a few weeks, just trying to gather up some intel and get some ideas...thank you for your response.


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