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1986 Kawasaki Bayou 300 driveshaft.

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Hello all. was wondering if anyone can offer help on removing a drive shaft on the above mentioned ATV. I have got 4 top nuts off and 4 bottom nuts off the drive shaft along with the 2 clamps, of course all the oil drained and now I'm wondering what else comes off the get this out, anything? Or do I just need to pull and yank? Thanks in advance!! Pete1

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I think you need to just pull it out at this point. Did you get it out yet?

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you have the rear end removed right? I just rebuilt mine it came right out of the rear end when I pulled motor I didn't have to remove the 4 bolt on the motor side, just the 4 on the rear endside

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i think if you noticed, this gentleman Bud03420, has posted on the same bike, on 3 different links,

and the bike that he has been working on. who cares if the threads are old or new as long as they give or

get new information. it's always nice to learn a new trick, or pick up an old trick, when your

bike is down. JMO :yes:

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I brushed off his comment when I noticed he was a 14 year old kid,we already know how to put gas in our bikes that's the only advice I would take from you, what did your mom buy you a bike you clean the carburetor and just because it runs now your an expert, if my comment doesn't help this guy mabee itll help somone later, next time you don't like my comment go piss into the wind youll get more accomplished

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