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Old 05-11-2009, 02:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like to replace my drive belt on my 2002 Grizzly. How difficult is it? Does anyone have a step by step on this? Any good belts out there? The Grizzly is 100% stock. Thanks!
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check out Grizzhopper.com he has a great step by step with pictures
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Essentially you'll be removing the right floorboard and engine side cover, the CVT cover, and the cage around the primary. Be careful: two of the bolts holding the CVT cover on are a bit longer, and two on the cage are also longer, so know where they go! Once you've worn yourself out unbolting stuff, take the two longer bolts from the CVT cover and screw them into the 2 holes in the secondary. That'll open up the sheaves so you can get the belt off. Oh! Be careful of the end of your crankshaft after you remove the cage; there's a bearing in the cage that mates up with the end of the crankshaft, so DON'T bugger it up! Let us know how you make out!
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The hard part is getting it back on. but it can be done after you rule out ways that dont work lol.
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Oh! They're not fooling when they put that gasket around the CVT cover... MAKE SURE that it's in place; I used some grease to hold it in place on the cover.
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