Polaris 90 drive belt removal?
I am working on my son's '05 Predator 90 that I bought used. I have gone through the engine pretty thoroughly and I deceided to have a look and the CVT system. Sorry, but I am totally "green" when it comes to these "CVT" systems this is the first time I've ever seen one, so I have a couple of questions.
After removing the cover, the first step in service manual says to remove the drive belt. However, the belt seems fairly tight how do you get enough slack in it to remove it? Or is the belt not supposed to be that tight? One other observtion I made was there seems to be some play in the rear driven clutch assembly, is that normal?
Before removing the belt, my plan is to jack up the back wheels, start it and observe the function of this thing with the cover off. Is this a good idea? Again, I totally green here and relying 100% on the service manual and this forum. Thanks!