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    Polaris Long Hardened driveshafts

    I have 6 New Moto Marine Long hardened Drive Shafts 120.00 each shipped
    Pm me if interested they do have some surface rust on them but are Still Brand New


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    24 3/8" long?

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    I may want one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxPro1200 View Post
    24 3/8" long?
    yes

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    So what are these intended for? Would it work in a '93 SL750 that's being converted to the 148mm extended pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by burtonrider10022 View Post
    So what are these intended for? Would it work in a '93 SL750 that's being converted to the 148mm extended pump?
    they where built for the 785's back in the day but will work on any long pump ski except the pro 1200

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    They will work but would be overkill for a stock ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    They will work but would be overkill for a stock ski.
    Ok, thanks. Used ones seem to be awfully over priced IMO, and I live near him so if he'll come down a bit because I could pick it up this seems like a better buy... Guaranteed good condition, longer lasting, forum member, etc. I still need to get mine of the prop and get a good look at it before I make a deal though. Any tips for getting a shaft out that has some rope wrapped around it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by burtonrider10022 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    They will work but would be overkill for a stock ski.
    Ok, thanks. Used ones seem to be awfully over priced IMO, and I live near him so if he'll come down a bit because I could pick it up this seems like a better buy... Guaranteed good condition, longer lasting, forum member, etc. I still need to get mine of the prop and get a good look at it before I make a deal though. Any tips for getting a shaft out that has some rope wrapped around it?
    i have good used stock ones also if your interested

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    Ok great, if I need one I'll let you know!

    Thanks!

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