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247 chain change

How much has to come down to get to and change the chain in the 247? The damn ice wont go away and I'm gettin' antsy. I just want to get an idea on how long I'll be on my back (in the ice). Thanks
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You'll need to pull the t-case out and disassemble it on a bench to change out the chain.
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Re: 247 chain change

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You'll need to pull the t-case out and disassemble it on a bench to change out the chain.
Not completely sure if this will work on the NV247, but i saw a movie on youtube before where they split the T-case on the jeep. Maybe some member who already did this could confirm. Here attached a movie for the split on a NV242:
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