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i need info on how to remove my drive shaft on my crossfire 700. i am putting a new track on so i have to take the shaft out. ny info would be awesome thanks
 

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when you say DD you mean the dimond drive correct? are they hard to remove? i havent done a lot of work on this sled yet, so im kind of new at this part.
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There's about 5-6 fasteners that attach the brake/bracket assembly to the bulkhead, plus the fasteners that hold the caliper.

-Remove the secondary
-Remove the fastener that connects teh drive shaft to the DD
-Remove the DD (there are fasteners that attach directly to the bulkhead through a nutplate assembly)
-Remove the brake caliper and bracket assembly
-You do not need to remove the brake disc
-The left side drive shaft will drop down enough to allow for the track to be removed
 

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i live in toon and have my xfire 7 ripped apart right now if you cant figure it out pm me and i can help

steve
 
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