2003 Arctic Cat ATVs from 250cc to 500cc Service Manual, Page 431Get this manual

2003 Arctic Cat ATVs from 250cc to 500cc Service Manual, Page 431

SPECIAL TOOLS Drive System NOTE: Some photographs and illustrations used in this section are used for clarity purposes only
that problemThe most obvious of the inspections include CV boots, wheel and hub nut tightness, wheel bearing damage, gear
case lubricant contamination, low lubricant level, seal leakage at the input shaft, CV joints, or selector A "6" on the lower-right
comer indicates 3.6: gear set ratio (10:36 teeth)A "I" on the lower-right comer indicates 3.1: gear set ratio (11: 34 teeth)
NOTE: Small metallic particles will collect on the magnetic drain plug as normal part of break-in and will also give metallic
cast to drained lubricantContamination would include large particles or water which gives "milky" look to the lubricant NOTE:
Lubricant on new pinion housing assembly could be greaseIf the front of the gear case is leaking at the rear drive boot,
wipe excess lubricant from the bottom of the pinion housing; then operate the ATV for period of timeInspect the pinion housing