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    totaled a perfectly good 1995 sl650

    Dewinterized her and took her out on the lake after year of in storage during winter she was doing great enjoyed for couples of hours. Loaded her up on trailer and ready to go home not sure what happens i maybe didn't hook her completely and tie her down u know the rest story she ended up on side of road. Badly damaged on side of the hull from hit guard rail. I gut her out and plan to looking for a good body with no motor to replace. So wonder what other model that 650 will fit in?


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    It will fit in any Polaris hull that used the blue Fuji motor. A SL 650 or 750 hull would be best.

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    Dang... that sucks. Sorry for your loss.

    I'd be interested to hear more details of how it happened... perhaps valuable lessons to share for all. Did it bounce off, slide off, strap brake? Hopefully it didn't involve any other vehicles.

    Should be able to find an SL750 hull to use. I'd keep it in the smaller SL 2-seater hull.... as Mr. Matrix(??) said.

    Cheers!

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    Yeah its sucks but lucky no cars were involved it was happened on bridge when bounched off and polaris fell off slide on the road while driving 65 mph hit hard by guard rail broke hull into three pieces.

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    Wonder the foam inside hull do i take out and keep it in case somebody might need them later? Or nah leave it in and bury her at my dad's large farm pasture? Its damaged beyond repair.

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    Thats about as ugly as I have ever seen a ski get wrecked.

    Cut it up and put the pieces in the garbage or take it to the dump

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    Will this works? SlT780 blue engine.

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    Slt 780 is a lot of hull to push with a 650. Be lucky to run 40 mph i bet.

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    Dose 650 and 780 has same bottom end? She runs but knocking sound and other one red 1050 motor sized up. They might trade my draft beer cooler for whole which I only paid 250 for it and its like i buy trailer and get both for free.
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