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Old 12-22-2010
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GOOD.....NOW LEAVE IT ALONE.....now put on new belt again....try to ignore squeal for a short time will ya.....drive it around and BREAKIN THE BELT....go like 20 for 5 miles....then 40 for 5....then 30 for 5....then 50 for 5....then 25 for 5....then 60 for 5....then 20 for 5 and then RIDE IT LIKE YA STOLE IT.....shes broke in....by that time the squeal shoulda stopped....you carterizing the sides of the belt and melting in the threads on the sides to a smooth rubber condomlike glaze thats thin.....thats why the old one does not squeal.....CAPEESH GRASSHOOPPER....your over engineering it dude....here watch this and learnt
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so your saying because its still new its going to make the squeal because its not broken in?
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so your saying because its still new its going to make the squeal because its not broken in?
a new belt sometimes squeals....yes.....because it is new it is 1/8 wider than the old one with hairs and fibre's sticking out the sides which make it sing in the breeze.....not to mention the clutch faces being squeeky clean....just ride it alittle and wait and see.....unless its squeelin' like KEYBOARD RACER
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Old 12-26-2010
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i just put my old burnt belt on and no squealing only the vibrating and thumping noise.....so im guessing its in the belt problem...I don't think the store will take the belt they were already not happy that they exchanged one for me....
I just put a new belt on mine too. It did squeal until I broke it in. Put up with the squealing, after the belt gets broken in the squealing will stop.
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Old 12-28-2010
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Thanks for all the replies
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i want to change the chain case oil in my polaris...what is the correct way of doing it and what oil do i need to use...thank you
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Under the chaincase, you'll find a drain hole in the bellypan. There is a drainplug in the bottom of the chaincase that lines up with that hole. Take the allen head plug out of the chaincase and drain the oil. Fill the chaincase through the dipstick hole. I have a funnel with about a foot of tubing on the end so I don't have to remove my muffler.

If you want to use the factory recommendation, go to your dealer and spend 12 bucks for Polaris chaincase oil. I have been using Automatic Transmission Fluid in all of my sleds for several years now. It has very similar properties to the expensive chaincase oil for a fraction of the price.
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