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Sunk my 600 grizzly in a creek got alot of water in the motor,anyway i flushed the motor several times with new oil then done an oil change. Its running great but now the tranny is slipping. Any ideas

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Take the plates out, and clean them I would do a quick wash in petrol or thinners, then immediately soak in hot oil,

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Is it belt drive , if it is you might pull cover off and clean out mud and water .

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