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Additional instructions

1. Remove the brake pads, caliper (leave brake line attached to rear half and just move aside), and slide pins.

2. Using the template provided and a ¼” drill bit, mark and drill the 3 billet brake mount mounting holes in the side of the tunnel.

3. Install the new billet brake mount on the back side of the tunnel using the 3 new mounting screws provided.

4. Insert the back half of the caliper onto the new mount and re-install the front half of the caliper.

5. Put the brake pads in place and secure them from the front using the new slide pins provided.

**Retighten all bolts according to the torque specs in your owner’s manual

1. Disconnect track kit from the vehicle it is attached to (refer to owner’s manual for kit removal instructions)

2. Remove the strut shaft from the bulk head and slide it free from the strut eye bolt by loosening the set screw.

3. Remove the original swing arm mounts from the left and right side of the bulk head.

4. Install the new strut shaft into the new style eye bolt threaded into the base of the new IDT strut rod.

5. Re-install the strut shaft into the bulkhead.

6. Install the new style swing arm mounts to the left and right side of the bulk head using the original mounting hardware.

7. Insert the new style stepped swingarm and upper shock bolt spacers.

8. Re-attach the track kit to the vehicle it was removed from. (Refer to owner’s manual for kit installation instructions)

1. Take the load off of the track kit by putting the snow bike on a stand. This will prevent the skid from fully collapsing during this procedure.

2. Completely remove the shock from the skid by removing the upper and lower shock bolt.

3. Remove the shock shaft from the base of the shock. Do this by removing the spiral clips holding the shaft in place and removing the freed shaft. NOTE: this may require press force to remove.

4. Re-install the new, shorter shock shaft, by reversing the removal procedure.

5. Re-install the shock into the skid, however leave the lower shock bolt removed for now.

6. Remove the front cross shaft from in between the rails.

7. Insert the new front slider shaft in between the front of the rails.

8. Insert the front slider into the front of the yoke.

9. Insert the rear lags of the yoke between the sides of the swingarm, and on either side of the new shock shaft.

10. Insert the new through bolt through the swingarm, yoke, and shock shaft.

**Retighten all bolts according to the torque specs in your owner’s manual

1. Take the load off the track kit by putting the snow bike on a stand. This will prevent the skid from fully collapsing during this procedure.

2. Remove the rear slider from the skid. Do this by removing the bolt at the end of the slider shaft and the 2 bolts connecting the rear slider pivot to the rails.

3. Remove the original rear slider from the pivot shaft by removing the spiral clips to free the slider from the pivot shaft.

4. Install the new rear slider onto the pivot shaft using the new spiral clips provided.

5. Re-install the pivot shaft between the rails of the skid, do not attach the slider through the rear arm at this time.

6. Remove the rear arm from the skid by removing the upper idler bolts from both sides of the tunnel.

7. If your rear arm has a grease fitting, remove the fitting.

8. Using the proper hammer and punch, remove the rear slider bushing from the rear arm.

9. Re-install the grease fitting (if applicable)

10. Using the proper bushing tools insert the 2 – new rear slider bushings. 1 will be installed from the top side of the rear arm (where the rear slider is inserted) and 1 will be installed from the bottom side of the rear arm (where the rear slider is inserted).

11. Re- install the rear arm.

12. Insert the new slider into the bottom of the rear arm and install the bolt back into the top of the slider shaft.

13. Insert 1-2 pumps of grease into the grease fitting.

**Retighten all bolts according to the torque specs in your owner’s manual

1. Remove the ski frame assembly from the vehicle it is attached to and separate the ski frame from the front fit kit and ski bottom.

2. Insert the 2 upper braces between the ski frame blades, put the front fit kit ski brackets in place and fasten using the original ski bracket bolts.

3. Re-attach the ski frame blades to the new ski bottom and install the ski frame assembly back on the vehicle it was removed from.

**Retighten all bolts according to the torque specs in your owner’s manual

1. Take the load off of the track kit by putting the snow bike on a stand. This will prevent the skid from fully collapsing during this procedure.

2. Remove the rear arm from the skid by removing the upper idler bolts from both sides of the tunnel and removing the rear slider bolt from the top of the slider shaft.

3. Pull apart the rear arm slightly (by hand) and remove the original 3-piece upper idler wheel shaft assembly and 2 idler wheels.

4. Insert the 2 – new outer spacers into each side of the rear arm and the new solid upper idler wheel assembly between the rear arm legs.

5. Re-install the rear arm in reverse order of the removal of the rear arm.

**Retighten all bolts according to the torque specs in your owner’s manual

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