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This is a discussion on New Rear Differential for 2019 within the General Member Discussions forums, part of the The RANGER STATION ~ Rangers and RZRs category; Originally Posted by Toxic-21 And Rear axles or modify the ones you already have. What modifications need to done to axles?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxic-21 View Post
    And Rear axles or modify the ones you already have.
    What modifications need to done to axles?
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    So does any one know what is different about the 2019 axle compared to prior 900 axle?
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    What I have read is the spline on the inner cv is longer and the retaining ring is farther in so the old cv spline wont lock in. Maybe true, maybe not.
    But the axle shaft itself also has a different part number. I don't know what is different with that.

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    I would think that the axle update would only apply if you were replacing the 2017/2018 complete trans with the 2019. I believe when replacing the 2017/2018 planetary turf gear with the 2019 spider turf gear that the axle splines are not affected and you can reuse the same axles? Correct me if I'm wrong please.

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    so will a 2019 transmission bolt right up in a 2018 ranger 1000?
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    Quote Originally Posted by foster brooks View Post
    so will a 2019 transmission bolt right up in a 2018 ranger 1000?
    There are better people to answer this than me but I think the only the Back Country Edition has the new one and I would think it would bolt up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocknroll View Post
    What I have read is the spline on the inner cv is longer and the retaining ring is farther in so the old cv spline wont lock in. Maybe true, maybe not.
    But the axle shaft itself also has a different part number. I don't know what is different with that.
    True retainer ring groove is deeper in carrier and old axles will not lock in.
    2014 XP 900 dyno jet fuel controller, SATV double wide rev chain, gear reduction (325 ACE), turf delete, front and rear winch, 30" ITP Blackwaters on tusk beadloc wheels, half doors with removable windows (home made), side rails cover system for dump bed, plastic roof, modified seizmik folding front windshield full rear window, longer gas shocks, full skid plate and rock sliders, front rack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsrider View Post
    True retainer ring groove is deeper in carrier and old axles will not lock in.

    so if you upgraded the transmission you have to buy the rear axles then? Would you need a clutch shaft alignment tool also for the ranger?
    Anyone swapped out a transmission on a 1000 ranger?
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    20" LED light bar
    Polaris 6000# winch
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    29" dirt commanders

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    I would say yes to both questions. I also strongly recommend you have a service manual and a engine hoist as trans comes up the top it heavy and a tight fit through the frame. On my 900 I had to remove bolts holding front diff so that drive line comes off output splines remove the bed complete air intake and clutches. Also had to lift back of motor to extract the trans.
    2014 XP 900 dyno jet fuel controller, SATV double wide rev chain, gear reduction (325 ACE), turf delete, front and rear winch, 30" ITP Blackwaters on tusk beadloc wheels, half doors with removable windows (home made), side rails cover system for dump bed, plastic roof, modified seizmik folding front windshield full rear window, longer gas shocks, full skid plate and rock sliders, front rack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsrider View Post
    I would say yes to both questions. I also strongly recommend you have a service manual and a engine hoist as trans comes up the top it heavy and a tight fit through the frame. On my 900 I had to remove bolts holding front diff so that drive line comes off output splines remove the bed complete air intake and clutches. Also had to lift back of motor to extract the trans.
    thanks for the info, my trans starts to whine when I hit 25 mph, probably only a matter of time before it grenade's.
    2018 Polaris Ranger 1000 red
    Polaris roof/ glass windshield/rear glass
    20" LED light bar
    Polaris 6000# winch
    66" glacier plow
    Windshield wiper
    turn signals/ horn kit
    visor stereo
    full doors
    heater
    heated seats
    side mirrors
    29" dirt commanders

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