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    Arrow Hurricane Hood alignment bumper pads ?

    On the side of the hull where the hood lowers and the 2 "wings" slide down and over the opening, there is a round black or tan rubbber grommet that is Pop-Riveted to the hull. They tend to get worn out and dry-rot. I'm looking for a replacement and they are not a part that is available from Polaris from what I can find anywhere.
    I thought about using a metal door-stopper, water faucet gaskets or something like that, but wandering around Home-depot has given me less hope than I had anticipated an outside the box thinking approach.

    It is the size of a quarter, with a brass washer retainer in the middle and is about 1/4 inch thick rubber. here is a pic of it drilled out and removed.

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    I would be shopping at McMaster-Carr

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    LOL... "Over 510,000 parts"

    Might as well call it "McNeedle in a haystack-carr".

    Maybe:http://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-bumpers/=pcuq5v

    Figures after looking an hour or so on the net, I'd finaly find it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveESPI View Post
    LOL... "Over 510,000 parts"

    Might as well call it "McNeedle in a haystack-carr".

    Maybe:http://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-bumpers/=pcuq5v

    Figures after looking an hour or so on the net, I'd finaly find it ?
    Which part number did you choose?

    The link above is not specific.

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    Arrow McMaster-Carr replacement for Hurricane hood rubber bumper 8884T21

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveESPI View Post
    http://www.mcmaster.com/#8884t21/=pd2dlk

    I think this should do it.
    Ah, the Mil-Spec version

    Product code 8884T21

    Diameter (A) 3/4"
    Height (B) 9/16"
    Hole Diameter (C) 3/16"
    (D) 5/16"
    Counterbore Diameter (E) 3/8"


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    Note: I believe that is the same McMaster rubber bumper that can be used to protect the exhaust temp sensor wires from abrasion on the MSX 140. I have a bag of those here

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    how many do ya have ? send me 4 in the "gifts from my Canadian Ski-Santa" box hha

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveESPI View Post
    how many do ya have ?
    send me 4 in the "gifts from my Canadian Ski-Santa" box hha
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    Your Santa package will include four Metric M5x0.8 screws in 20mm length
    McMaster 91287A125

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