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How to chage the belt on anny arctic cat snowmobile with diamond drive

To change a belt on a arctic cat snowmobile with diamond drive. your owner's manual will tell you to use a tool to let the clutch faces separate and so on. there is a much eyeser solution. there is a signal alen key bolt that holds the clutch to the diamond drive assembly. put this alen key in your tool kit and when ever you need to change the belt just undo this bolt remove the cluch from the diamond drive place belt on cluch and with minimal force replace the clutch on the shaft on the diamond drive then tighten the bolt.

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