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    coupler pto??

    hey guys I have a sl 750 im replacing a stripped coupler and shaft. I was wondering if a 96 coupler would work. I see alot of newer couplers on ebay but nothing that ressembles my shinny metal smaller coupler. thanks.


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    Welcome to the Hulk.

    Yes it will work. You will need the correct coupler cover for it though.

    Also check the splines on your driveshaft.

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    Welcome to the Hulk

    As xlint said, you can use a later style coupler.

    While you have the jet pump and drive shaft out, consider replacing the seals in the through-hull bearing. Replace the bushing if worn.

    Also check the jet pump stator bearings for smooth operation, Any slop or gritty feeling means you need to replace the bearings and seals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    Welcome to the Hulk.

    Yes it will work. You will need the correct coupler cover for it though.

    Also check the splines on your driveshaft.
    Im having the same issue. Im looking for a new drive shaft and coupler..... Is there a year I should be looking for when it comes to couplers? Is there one thats better then the other? Thanks in advance...

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    Solid couplers are lighter and rev slightly faster, but the rubber dampned ones help eliminate some engine vibration.

    Both work just as well as the other.

    If your splines are stripped, check your pump bearings for wear, and engine alignment. Both can cause spline damage.

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    I have them in stock. This coupler will fit all Polaris, and will replace the shiny silver (stainless steel) drive coupler and the larger "rubber damper" coupler. http://www.weberpower.com/weber-jet-...ing-parts.html
    Correction; It will fit all Polaris except the MSX series and the Polaris Octane.

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