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    New Through Hull Bearing Assembly

    I'm cleaning out some of my stockpile o parts. I have a couple of these. They're the old style ones but they'll work in any hull that uses this or the other style.

    $45 each shipped.

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    1341113 was the through-hull bearing for just the 1992 SL 650 - correct?

    Can the seals be replaced when the time comes?

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    These will fit the polaris 95 750 I have?

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    Will these work with a 2000 polaris pro 1200?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    1341113 was the through-hull bearing for just the 1992 SL 650 - correct?

    Can the seals be replaced when the time comes?
    The manual may say it non-serviceable, but if you have access to a lathe it can be done. I've just replaced seals on my '93 SL 650 with kits from SBT.

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    Compatible with a '96 SLX 780?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    1341113 was the through-hull bearing for just the 1992 SL 650 - correct?

    Can the seals be replaced when the time comes?
    Quote Originally Posted by loonatik View Post
    The manual may say it non-serviceable, but if you have access to a lathe it can be done. I've just replaced seals on my '93 SL 650 with kits from SBT.
    I haven't tried to pull the seals (from either style), but I do remember a thread on here where someone proved your could swap the seals on this style bearing.


    loonatik - care to elaborate on the lathe thing? I just so happen to have a 10" x 24" sheldon in my shop along with an old bearing with a torn up seal.



    Currently I think all of the bearings are spoken for....pending payments.


    Note: I these had a larger threaded zirk fitting than the other ones I have so I ran down and picked up some new zirks to make sure you could get them in the right size. These will all come with a new grease fitting installed.

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    On each end behind the seal, there's an undercut that hints the seal is pressed in even though it looks seamless at outer edge. There's just no way that you can over-mold rubber onto metal and still have an undercut behind it. So, technically the seal can be pulled out with custom made tool, but I find it easier just bore out the seal's metal ring till it is thin enough to collapse or can be pulled out with ease.
    I assume you now know what to do with the (2) sleeves in smaller ID of the fitting

    Seal kit = $20.0
    1 hr of boring and press in seals + sleeve = $60
    For $45 bucks = could have bought whole new fitting

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    Quote Originally Posted by loonatik View Post
    On each end behind the seal, there's an undercut that hints the seal is pressed in even though it looks seamless at outer edge. There's just no way that you can over-mold rubber onto metal and still have an undercut behind it. So, technically the seal can be pulled out with custom made tool, but I find it easier just bore out the seal's metal ring till it is thin enough to collapse or can be pulled out with ease.
    I assume you now know what to do with the (2) sleeves in smaller ID of the fitting

    Seal kit = $20.0
    1 hr of boring and press in seals + sleeve = $60
    For $45 bucks = could have bought whole new fitting
    Hehe.

    I'll have to play with it a bit. I have one that's all but destroyed so it won't be a big loss if I screw it up.

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