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Do you have to remove the spider from the shaft to change the one way bearing ? What year scrambler beraring did you order ?

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Do you have to remove the spider from the shaft to change the one way bearing ? What year scrambler beraring did you order ?

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???? Didn't think the Scramy had a one way bearing???

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Do you have to remhttps://www.ebay.com/i/283389791182?chn=psove the spider from the shaft to change the one way bearing ? What year scrambler beraring did you order ?


https://www.ebay.com/i/283389791182?chn=ps

yes you have to take off the spyder. It takes a special tool. I made my own but for a one time deal the dealer will crack it apart for you and put in the bearing. Not really a big deal once you have it all tore down.

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It doesn't. But if you want TWO WAY bearing in your sportsman. You gotta get one from a scrambler.

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Ok thanks. Used to have the tool years ago when i used to service my polaris snowmoile clutches. Sold them all

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the Scrambler clutch free roles with no resistance after the belt lets go. You can than free roll down a long steep hill at the speed u choose using rear brakes.


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the Scrambler clutch free roles with no resistance after the belt lets go. You can than free roll down a long steep hill at the speed u choose using rear brakes.


Or use the front brake with ADC turned on. That way the rear end doesn't do the well known "Polaris skid" out of control.

It still rolls free under about 6 mph but you can control your speed with the brakes instead of the throttle to control your descent. I am pretty sure that is why my One Way bearings only last about 1000 miles. We ride some really slow rocky trails here in the Rocky Mountains and the one way takes a real hammering engaging and dis-engaging several thousand times a ride.

I like the scrambler bearing way better for my type of riding. Last longer too.

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Opps, forgot you were on a scrambler!! No ADC for you. But, works good for me.

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the Scrambler clutch free roles with no resistance after the belt lets go. You can than free roll down a long steep hill at the speed u choose using rear brakes.


Or use the front brake with ADC turned on. That way the rear end doesn't do the well known "Polaris skid" out of control.

It still rolls free under about 6 mph but you can control your speed with the brakes instead of the throttle to control your descent. I am pretty sure that is why my One Way bearings only last about 1000 miles. We ride some really slow rocky trails here in the Rocky Mountains and the one way takes a real hammering engaging and dis-engaging several thousand times a ride.

I like the scrambler bearing way better for my type of riding. Last longer too.

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scramblers do not have ADC or EBS, its pretty much all flat land up here where i live so ebs is just a nuisance.
of course its needed in different terrain.


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