Remove the secondary and DD. Remove drive shaft nut. My drive shaft was rusted in the bearings in the brake assembly. It took a couple got hits to break it loose. I used a 4"X4" piece of wood against the shaft and the biggest hammer I have. Good luck, swing for the fences.
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
I bought a Speedwerx light weight can cheap off ebay and saved 11lbs,
It seems solid built and is quiet till you rev it up, Its and older sled but thought
someone would like to see how much the stocker weighs .
I'm looking at both the 800 and 600. Found both with around 3500 miles on them.
Looking for feedback on long term reliability and general happiness!
Will ride trails/ditches 60% and boondock 40%. Will do my best to find sweet jumps/booters. But nothing crazy.
New to diamond drive. What to look...