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post #11 of 69 (permalink) Old 09-03-2015, 08:44 AM Thread Starter
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Well I was strapped for time last night...but I was looking and I noticed the bottom case looks like it will separate with only pulling the oil filler off the side. Do you think I should start there and if I can't seen any thing wrong i could just put it back on? an then start tearing the top end down gettin ready to split the side case. Thanks for all yalls help
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post #12 of 69 (permalink) Old 09-03-2015, 09:17 AM
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Is that the side the clutch cover is on? If so, you can pull the inner cover, but not sure how much of the transmission will be visible! Bevel gears on mine are located in the center of the main cases, and towards the rear, your engine sits 180 degrees different from mine, so I suspect the bevel gears are in the front! Just guessing on this! Look at a parts diagram for the 09 1000 XTZ, may show you where the bevel gears are located. I use Arctic Cat store for the diagrams as they are easy to find! I did look up the parts on Arctic Cat Store 2009 XTZ1000 Secondary Drive. Looked like part #'s 12, and 15. and Also WELCOME TO THE FORUM! Better late than never! LOL

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Thank you glad to be apart of it an thanks again il check it out
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It looks like the whole bottom will come off it covers half the drive shafts but I'm goin to check out the parts diagram u told me about
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Do I need the the arctic cat flywheel puller pn.0444-254 or is there another way to get it off? I used a pully puller on my grizzly just wondering said I needed a crankshaft protector also pn.0444-248 i think. I started tearing it down last night an had a few pieces of gear when u pulled the oil filler cover off I could reach one of the shafts an it had play in it and could bearly see one gear that was chewed up. But if anyone knows of a homade version or a different flywheel puller that would work if not im goin to order one an wait a week before it gets here.
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post #16 of 69 (permalink) Old 09-04-2015, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Went ahead an ordered the magneto/flywheel puller an adapter for it to work on the 1000 engine.
Can't seem to find a engine gasket set for it anywhere online anyone Yall might know where to get one?
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Went ahead an ordered the magneto/flywheel puller an adapter for it to work on the 1000 engine.
Can't seem to find a engine gasket set for it anywhere online anyone Yall might know where to get one?
did you try babbitt's online or country cat.

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Tried country cat not Babbitts but I went ahead an ordered them thru the dealer $237 for everything needed if they were going to replace gears in it. i Called a bunch of places an they said u just gotta buy each gasket individually an piece it together guess a lot of people haven't had many issues out of the arctic cat 1000 or I would be able to find more info on it I've been takin pics along the way might try an make a couple videos to put on YouTube maybe someone could use down the road
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AC did not offer a complete/rebuild set of gaskets. Inner and outer clutch cover gaskets are reusable, same for the magneto cover, there is no gasket for the case, as it is machined and silicone sealer is all that is needed. Base Cylinder gasket, and head gasket are needed. Piston rings are reusable depending on condition. Good luck Bubba, we love pictures!

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The dealer did my gears for the $50.00 deductible on the extended warranty
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