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    Part Number Help

    I've been looking for a 787 crank for a while now and I may have found one on EBay. The seller says he is a Seadoo dealer and the crank will fit all 787s. It is a Seadoo OEM reman crank part number 421000075. I couldn't find much info on this number except that seadoosource.com had this number for a `95 XP800 crank. I need a crank for a `96 GSX. Can anyone confirm that 421000075 is a XP800 crank or a regular 787 crank?


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    Well, the part number for that particular crank you are looking for (96 GSX) is actually part no. 42100076.

    This crank fits 787 for 96 GSX 5620 and/or XP 5858/ 5859.

    I did see that crank you are talking about on ebay (42100075) there's a sticker on it that reads Australia, perhaps that's the Australian part no.??

    Hope this helps.

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    That what I thought the number was... The seller on emailed me back and said that he was from a Seadoo dealership and his mechanics said that the crank would fit most 787s. From the pic on the listing, it does look like the gear teeth are a little coarser than normal. That makes me think it is a XP800 crank. The seller says he has no return policy, so I think I'm gonna let this one pass...

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    The 95 XP800 has a different cog crank gear for the c/b shaft. It is not interchangeable with any other year or application. Good eye noticing that!

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Seado...rcraftQ5fParts

    Here is the link for it. The guy must have reposted it. His last listing was $275 buy it now and $199 starting bid. The gear on the end makes it look a lot like a XP800 crank. Am I wrong?? This would be a great buy if you needed a XP800 crank! If this was a normal 787, I would be all over it!

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    I may be remembering it wrong. The PTO threaded end is a different size and threads than the 96 & up. I'll look at the crank I have out tomorrow and compare the gears, they look the same to me. As does the threads.

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    I've heard that the threads on a XP800 crank are different too. On the `96 and up cranks, I think they are all the same. I just recently took a PTO coupler off of a `97XP crank and put it on a `96 GSX crank with no problem.

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