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    01 1200 pro

    Had my 1200pro on the water today and it just stopped moving, pulled my pump and drive shaft and the splines on the motor side of the shaft or gone, wondering where can I get a new drive shift and can the bigger black couple work on my ski


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    The bigger black coupler will not allow you to use the coupler cover on it. I believe the drive shaft is still available from Polaris. 154.82 from Partspitstop. I would find another solid coupler to use.

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    So the solid coupler is the better one to use?

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    yes

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    the shafts are very hard to find I came up with a way to use a stock 24 3/8 shaft pm me if interested

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    What's the easiest way to get the coupler off the crank

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    Quote Originally Posted by polarisman01 View Post
    What's the easiest way to get the coupler off the crank
    Is the engine still bolted into the hull? PTO cylinder still in place?

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    Everything is still In place

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    Quote Originally Posted by polarisman01 View Post
    Everything is still In place
    Use the 'rope trick' to hold the PTO piston so the crank cannot turn, then apply a really big wrench to the coupler and some leverage.

    It loosens in the normal direction.

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    Thank u

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