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    1996 Polaris SLTX 1050- Riding Low? Whatcha think??

    Our 1996 Polaris SLTX 1050 sits low in the water. Is this normal? It doesnt have any water inside either. Our 1995 slt 750 sits about 4 inches higher.

    Also, it goes in reverse easy when it's turned off. But, when it's on , even idling, it will not go into reverse. The cable doesn't appear to be kinked or damaged. Can i grease it or is there an adjustment?

    Last, I followed the MFD instruction to repair faded digits. It worked great, Y'all are awesome.

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    Here is our Polaris SLT 750
    It does not have the under water side rails, like the 1050. I know that makes it ride higher, so maybe sitting low is right???

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    Sorry, it got posted 2x. I thought i had deleted it.

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