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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    Looking to Buy (diagram included) 2000 pro 1200

    part # 12 on this diagram for a Polaris Pro 1200 year 2000

    SKU: 1341272
    SUBSTITUTED BY 1341417 (Incl. 11,13)

    which apparently also includes 11, and 13 which i also need lol

    Let me know ready to purchase asap!



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    Is it leaking water ? SBT sells a rebuild kit for it ( 2 seals and bushing/bearing)

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    yes , undo the the hose clamps , place it in a table vise so i wont move and get a screw driver pry out the old seals . in my thread i have some part numbers for going to a local seal/bearing shop or since napa is a chicago rawhide distrubutor you can get it from them

    all this after you take off the pump and take out the drive shaft , make sure your drive shaft bumpers are still present


    but if you take your seal carrier and drive shaft down to a seal shop they will match it up

    i believe if i rember right its 1.5id x .875 do not order that with out confirming , plus there is a guy on ebay selling seals and also selling a service to refurbish yours


    raw hide number stock number 8702

    http://www2.chicago-rawhide.com/popu...kup_457012.htm\\http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Det...702_0213950324

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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    Ya it is leaking the only thing i found is around $80... and of course no def answer on if it is in stock.

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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by casey67 View Post
    Is it leaking water ? SBT sells a rebuild kit for it ( 2 seals and bushing/bearing)
    Where was this rebuilt kit at?

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    sbtontheweb.com , i tried to look it up on there website but no luck you might wanna give them a call

    but my seals i posted work well and were 6 $ for a pair at a seal shop , they are easy as pie to remove if you have a vise , getting them installed is not to much of a hassle either

    you will want to take your drive shaft down to the seal shop they will have a dial indicator to make sure your old seals didnt rub a nice groove in the drive shaft , causing the leak

    or you can order the polaris seal for 12 $ part number is 3610040

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    I have the whole unit I purchased for my 99 Genesis as a spare after mine blew out due to the previous owner never greasing them.

    I paid $93 CDN each + Shipping ( not an aftermarket part) (worked out to be like $167 after taxes and shipping for one)

    I had a hell of a time getting the part so I ordered 2 just in case.

    if you can use and can't find what you need I don't mind selling you my spare. ( I still have the receipts for it too)

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    The through-hull bearing can be easily rebuilt with new seals. The part numbers for the generic replacement oil seals can be found in my signature links.

    Make sure the drive shaft does not have a groove worn in where the seal lip rides, and is smooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    The through-hull bearing can be easily rebuilt with new seals. The part numbers for the generic replacement oil seals can be found in my signature links.

    Make sure the drive shaft does not have a groove worn in where the seal lip rides, and is smooth.
    Aye agreed as long as your carrier doesn't get damaged.

    You can also move the seal along the shaft a little by shortening or lengthening the hose so you can find a good ride surface for the seals.

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