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Old 05-01-2010
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bad sound can't tell what it is

just hit a new trail i heard about and on my way out i noticed a scrapping sound coming from the back end. went underneath saw the skid plate was hitting the muffler so i fixed it, but the sound did not go away. i think its sand in the gears because the sound is the worst in 2nd and 3rd gear. any ideas would help. thanks
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Well, to rule out sand in the gears, drain the fluids and then filter through paint filter cones to see what's in there.
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