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
unscrew big nut on left side remove retaining ring from axle slide out axle be shure to remove wheel hubs first
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That might be the rear axle, it that is what you want to remove then you will need to remove the rear axle cover drain the fluid and the locate the center pin bolt and remove that in order to remove the center pin to get at axle c-clips then remove the c-clip for the axle you want to remove then slipe the axle out being careful not to distrub the axle bearing
loosen up the rear axle nut and loosen up the axle adjusters so the rear wheel moves forward, Now remove rear brake caliper from rear brake caliper mount and the remove rear axle and lower rear wheel and slide belt off rear pully. and remove the rear wheel. http://www.ronincycleparts.com
Remove the rear wheel from the axle. Remove the brake pads and hardware. Remove the axle end cap. Remove the bearing. Reverse the process to install the new bearing.
Place a support under the rear swingarm. Remove the right rear wheel and tire assembly. Then remove the dust cover from the end of the axle. This will exposes the end of the axle, with a castle nut and cotter pin. Push the cotter pin out of the castle nut. Remove the nut from the end of the axle. After removing the nut, gently tap on the rear of the spindle, until it slides off of the axle. Then remove the three bolts securing the chain guard to the sprocket. To loosen the chain, you will either have to remove the master link, or adjust it to a looser setting. Remove the chain after loosening it. Three more bolts hold the sprocket in place on the hub assembly. Remove them, and slide it off of the axle.
To change the rear axle fluid you can remove the rear cover from the axle and drain it that way. If you don't want to remove the rear cover you can use a pump and a hose to drain it through the fill hole.
Remove wheel, Remove drum or disc brake rotor,remove rear differental cover. Remove shaft between the spider gears that is held in by a lock bolt. Shove the axle from the outside toward the differential and remove the "C" clips that hold the axle in inside the diff. and then the axle can be removed.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 2003 GMC 2500 Sierra. Remove the end of the axle. Using a seal puller remove the axle seal. Reverse the process to install your new rear axle seal.
You have to remove the center of the axle plate and the axle to remove the brake hub.
Loosen the 2 bolts on the rear center section of the rear axle housing 1 on each side and turn the center section it is offset with the axle,
take the bolts out
No, the rear axle shaft does not have an internal retainer clip. You remove the four nuts on the inside of the brake backing plate and remove the axle shaft with a slide hammer and hub adapter.
Yes! both the 525 S (solid rear axle) and 525 IRS (Independent Rear Suspension) have reverse.
Remove rear axle cover, oil will drain out, reseal and install cover, fill fluid.Remove rear axle cover, oil will drain out, reseal and install cover, fill fluid.
Step 1 Jack rear end and support solidly. Step 2 Remoce cotter pin from rear axle Step 3 remove rear caliper and from rotor and push put of the way Step 4 loosen axle bolt Step 5 remove axle and spacers, becarful to note spacer location Step 6 remove chain from sprocet and remove wheel from swingarm.
Take rear cover off and losen the 6mm. head bolt. Rotate the gears and remove c-clip from axle. Slide axle out.
pull the plug on the bottom of the axle or remove the cover if there ins't a drain plug.
How to remove. 1988-1995 Kawasaki Klf Bayou 220 rear brake drum. 1. Remove the rear wheel 2. Pull the cover off the grove in the end of the brake drum. 3. Remove and discard the axle nut cotter pin. 4. Loosen and remove the axle nut and washer. 5. Slide the brake drum off the rear axle and remove it. Note: The brake drum should slide off the rear axle with little or no effort. If the brake drum is tight, Loose the brake adjuster. I hope this help's.
Interstate/Aspencade, quote from my shop book.......... Bike On Center stand, remove the four left saddlebag mount bolts and 2 nuts. remove the reflex reflector from the rear fender, remove the left saddlebag and rear fender. remove the rear bumper by removing the four bolts and retainers. remove the axle nut and RIGHT shock absorber lower mount bolt. remove LEFT shock absorber lower mount bolt. Remove the axle pinch bolt. Raise the rear wheel with a block large enough that the axle clears the muffler. Remove the axle and move the caliper assembly outward to allow removal of the rear wheel. Remove the rear wheel : Note: Do not depress the brake pedal while the wheel is off. Good luck.
remove axle first. then u can access the nut that hols the hub to the axle housing, you will need a special socket to remove this nut
Jack up the rear of the quad (put a milk crate under it). Remove both wheels. Remove the chain. Apply the rear brake and loosen the nuts on the axle (right side). Remove the brake caliper & bracket. Remove the circlip, nuts and rotor. Slide the axle through the bearing carrier, from right to left (towards the chain and sprocket side
Inside the rear axle.Inside the rear axle.