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Old 01-23-2009
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Hello, I'm new to this site. I havn't introduced my self yet in the introduction area yet because it won't let me post. When I click on the 'new thread' It says that I need to log in. When I log in it still won't let me. Any ideas why?

Any ways I have a technical question about a 95 Z440. I just purchased this sled yesterday for cheap. It needs a little tlc and it will be a good sled. The reason I got it so cheap was the track was buggered. The guy had already bought another track which came with the deal. I have to install the new one myself. I am very machanically inclined I have totally rebuilt my indy 400 from ground up along with a older motor cycle, and I do all of my own repairs on all of the recreation vehicles I own, so thats not an issue. The question is: Is there any thing different (than my 400) that I need to be aware of when taking the drive and Jackshat out. I realize that I may not need to take the jackshaft apart to replace the track but while I have it apart that far I may as well change the bearings in the chain case and on the clutch side as well. I realize that it will be somewhat different, but is it the same general idea. From what I see it looks prety straight forward.

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Same general idea, just it's a Cat instead of a Polaris.
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Thanks, any idea on the problem i'm having with the introduction thread. I would like to introduce myself properly to every one. btw great forum.
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Can you take a screen shot of it?

What internet browser are you using?
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Thanks. Any ideas on the introduction thread problem?
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sorry for the second post on theproblem. How do I tak a shot of the screen.
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Hit print screen/system request - next to the scroll lock button. Then open MS Paint. Once open, hold down control and hit p. The screen shot should be in Pain then. Save it as a .JPG and upload it here.
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