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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    OMG i took it out today!

    AND IT RAN! and ran good....

    the only thing i noticed and this happend before at around 1/2 tank of gas i get a little sputtering im thinking old gas still in the tank...

    what is the process for cleaning out the old gas tank

    i am also in the process of changing the old fuel lines...

    THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT HELPED ME!!

    O and Tony that intake grate you gave me no good!

    The screw hole that it screws into is trash... i need to make some new threads i guess any ideas? ( that explains why its missing...,)


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    Go to the auto store and get yourself a siphon hose, one that has the ball on the end so you just shake it to get the flow going. Just remember the number 1 rule to siphon is the tank you are siphoning to must sit lower than the tank on the ski. It's gonna get smelly

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    sounds easy enough...

    thanks for the tip would have never though of that... i wish gas was eco friendly id dump it right in the sewer =( too bad eh

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdizz81 View Post

    O and Tony that intake grate you gave me no good!
    Grate good, threaded hole bad.

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    you might have to knock the insert out and use a screw and nut in the hull

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    Quote Originally Posted by 785 lugs View Post
    you might have to knock the insert out and use a screw and nut in the hull
    Can you buy a replacement insert somewhere?

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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Can you buy a replacement insert somewhere?
    Good Question....

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    you can buy them from a yamaha i think the 99 gp 1200 is what i used them from .There the ones that hold the gp's rideplate on . there 6mm thread

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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    that will work with a pro 1200 year 2000?

    and do you happen to have a part number?

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    congratulations on getting the ski running n in the water.

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