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Old 07-15-2016, 12:44 PM
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Scrambler 1000 diff removal

Hey everyone. I'm taking my rear diff out of my 2014 scrambler 1000. I have the whole rear end apart like shocks, a arms, axles out, etc, but I'm not sure how to pull the diff out. Seems like there is no room to do it. Anyone have any info for me about how to do this?
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Old 07-16-2016, 07:26 PM
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You will need to pull the clutch and move the diff forward and out. That's how I did mine.

If I remember correctly the rear clutch cover needs to come off as well so make sure that you buy the proper sealant to reinstall and let it sit a day or so to set before starting it. Air flow even while idling can possibly give you a bad seal if it hasn't set. It's a job and a half. Make sure that you antisieze the axles well. Was the reason I pulled mine couldn't pull them plus had a twisted off bolt that had to be removed.

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Old 07-16-2016, 08:34 PM
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Just a suggestion also if u need bushings replaced now is your best time to do it as u already have everything apart. I made the mistake of not having the parts and had to do it a week later when I got the parts.
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I got it out. What a pain in the ass that was. My bushings are all good though since I replaced them all with aftermarket ones before. The oem ones are terrible.
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Old 07-18-2016, 12:14 PM
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Where did you get the aftermarket bushings from? Looking for my rzr.
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Sorry for hijacking your thread but since you both have scramblers I thought I'd ask if you ever had this problem. Drive through some reasonably deep water slow Speed. Here something that sounds like grinding as I get through it. It stops after a few seconds. Happens twice more then smooth sailing for a couple hours. Get temp overheat light flashing and losing power. Shut it off immediately check rad fan won't turn at all. Ends up being a piece of one of the fan blades broken off and wedged in the housing so the fan can't turn. Rip it out and fan works again but very loud and seems to be rubbing still on the plastic housing. Seems to be a problem after researching on polaris forum. Have you ever had anything similar happen and is there any aftermarket parts. I don't need a 200$ complete fan assembly just literally the fan blade.
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The bushings at jccapri. You can google them and you will find them right away.

As for the rad fan problem, I have not ran into this one yet
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P3atv.com is jccapri site I believe. I got my 850 bushings from him.
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Zeek,

I actually have a XP 550. Believe it or not it and the 850 are pretty much the same thing as the 1000. The 1000 is a bored out 850 with different plastic essentially. Most parts are interchangeable believe it or not.

I haven't ran into your problem so sorry I'm not much help there. Surely there must be someone who sells just a fan blade.

Best of luck with your fix.
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