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    Default oops..... disassembled tranny

    I started to replace the tranny in my Safari Cheyenne last year but winter came to fast. I'm working on it now, but unfortunately I don't remember how everything goes back in!
    Does anybody know of an online source that has exploded views etc? I'm searching now, but not finding.
    The transmission I'm putting in is the one pictured on the left...
    Thanks much!


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    Best bet is to call 90's and older in Wasilla. The guy is awesome (I think his name is John). Very helpful and I haven't found too many that know more about the older sleds than him.

    (907) 745-2733

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    Yup,

    I've talked with him before, and he is on the list, but I thought maybe there was an online source for a PDF or something. Expedience was the motive...

    Thanks....

    regards..

    reuben....

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    Did you try here:

    http://www.xtremepowersports.com/


    I have exploded parts views of all my machines off of here printed out in a drawer.

    I did not check to see if the Cheyenne was in there...

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    I'll check it out...

    Thanks!

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    Call the library, ask for the reference desk, and ask the Reference Librarian for help. Seriously.

    Most public libraries subscribe to databases such as "auto repair reference center" and "small engine repair center" (both by EBSCO but there are others) that give printable blown-up diagrams of engines, wiring diagrams, and other vehicle parts. You can usually access these online by logging in to your library's webpage. If you need help figuring this out feel free to PM me.

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