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i changed all my drivetrain fluids today and the manual tells you to take off the right footwell to change the trans fluid. it is easyer just to remove the right rear tire then let the jack down enough to level the quad and drain and fill.
 

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thanks for the tip snw629 i will be using it shortly, to change mine fluids.
 

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i changed all my drivetrain fluids today and the manual tells you to take off the right footwell to change the trans fluid. it is easyer just to remove the right rear tire then let the jack down enough to level the quad and drain and fill.
dont see why that would be any issue. they probably dont say to do that in the book, because you know, with one wheel off, somebody would have their machine fall of the jackstand and land on them....lawsuit.

i would go that way though if you have the clearance to do it
 

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i also took off the rear half of the factory skid plate to clean off the mud and so the rear fluids do not get all over it,the 7 bolts that hold it are 40 torx and the drain plugs are 8mm allen, i used polaris fluids. next weekend the RZR gets the same.
 
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