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2015 Polaris Sportsman Touring XP drivetrain noise

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I am having an issue where it sounds like the gears are slipping if I hit the throttle really hard and also after letting off when the engine brake is applied. Also, the drive train that goes to the front also rides again the gear shift box. I will attach pictures and a video here shortly.

Thanks in advance!

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