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Rear U-joint replacement on Sportsman 500

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So I finally get around to greasing the 22 zerks on my '97 Sprortsman 500. I've done it before but apparently not enough. A couple REAR U-joints are grinding and have a little slop.

Questions:

Any special tools required to do a change out on my own?

Too much of a pain, take it in?

Change one - change all?

I'll call for a cost on them but I'm just wondering if someone has some insight through doing this before on their own.

I have done U-joints on trucks before. It's just sometimes these toys seem a little different.

Thanks for any input.

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If you've done them on trucks before, the SP shouldn't be an issue. I'm the type of person who would change them all, but that's just me.

Not sure of special tools, never had them apart before.

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Thanks Lep,

Yup, simple simon. Just picked up the new ones today. Looks like the job will only take a couple hours from tools out to tools in. smile

BTW, I have the easy ones. Mid year they had a change and the others are some type of ball and socket in CV boot or something like that.

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Simple Simon. crazy

Not exactly like a U joint in a truck. If someone dredges this thread up later and needs help, bring it back up and I'll add some helpful info if you need it.

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