2007 Polaris ranger xp 700

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2007 Polaris ranger xp 700)

I need to change the transmission input shaft oil seal. can this be done as simple as it looks by just pulling it off with an external puller or do the cases have to be split ? Are there any cautions I should be aware of ? This is my yard maintenance rig.. 2007 ranger 700. My usual entertainment is trying to shorten my life span on Honda XR 400 …
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2019 Polaris General 4

I don't have the manual on that older Rangers, but I would think if the seal isn't captured by some sort of lip in the casting it could be replaced using usual techniques. I usually use a flange sealant on the outside diameter of the seals if they are metal on metal. Looks to be a fairly easy swap with the access you have. Keep us posted.