If you turn your own wrenches, it's pretty easy to remove the rear Kawasaki Teryx drive shaft. However, they can get hung up and stuck on the splines, so before you install the drive shaft, make sure to remove all the grease from the engine, the yokes, and the rear differential splines. After that, pack the splines with silicone to keep out dirt, dust, and other debris. For replacing prop shaft gaskets and o-rings, the Kawasaki Teryx drive shaft has a snap-style c-clip under the rubber boot in the middle. If you pull the boot back, remove this snap ring, and compress the drive shaft, you'll be able to pop the old seal out, clean the area around it, and install a new prop shaft seal in no time. When doing this, however, make sure to either drain your oil or jack up the back of your UTV so that the fluids don't run out when the seal is removed. No matter what you're experiencing with your Kawasaki Teryx prop shaft, we've got a long-term remedy here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!