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    Solid Coupler

    Looking for a solid coupler I sold/gave all my extras away Must have good splines crank threads can be stripped.


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    What machine are you looking to fit? I might have one laying around...

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Steve PM me your addy. I'll get one out to you.

    You need the rubber boot or just the coupler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    Steve PM me your addy. I'll get one out to you.

    You need the rubber boot or just the coupler?
    + for kevs parts
    the coupler he sent me was as good as new
    ps kev - congrats -- i missed you blasting past the 10k post mark bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynxer View Post
    What machine are you looking to fit? I might have one laying around...
    I am coupling a Seadoo engine to a Polaris through hull to a Yamaha pump.

    got anything like that laying around

    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    Steve PM me your addy. I'll get one out to you.

    You need the rubber boot or just the coupler?
    PM sent Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    I am coupling a Seadoo engine to a Polaris through hull to a Yamaha pump.

    got anything like that laying around ...
    And all bolted into a Polaris MSX hull

    That should be a stock part in the Greenhulk online conversion parts store, I would expect

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    And all bolted into a Polaris MSX hull

    That should be a stock part in the Greenhulk online conversion parts store, I would expect

    What I discovered last night is the engine side splines on the Polaris and the Yamaha GPR are the same.. And the through hull bearing seal on the MSX is the same ID as the GPR's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    What I discovered last night is the engine side splines on the Polaris and the Yamaha GPR are the same.. And the through hull bearing seal on the MSX is the same ID as the GPR's.
    Nice

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    do you have a build thread for that ski?

    EDIT found it sorry i will look better next time

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