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Not too bad as long as you can get the bushings out of the lower a-arm so the carrier can come off, which then hopefully will come off the axle (be careful with this because occasionally Polaris cv joints will have "issues" staying on the axle). You'll need a BIG set of snap ring pliers to take the one out of the carrier. The bearing can then be pressed out or BFHed out with a thick block of hardwood or plastic. For putting in the new bearing it helps to heat up the carrier and put the bearing in the freezer. If everything goes smoothly, its not that bad of a job at all.
 

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Also the procedure I described is for a Sportsman. Probably should have clarified that at first lol
 
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