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    I Just bought a 94 750 SLT

    Hi all,
    Last week I bought a 94 750 SLT I found on Craig's list. I think I got a decent deal but know it has some issues that need to be addressed.

    It has a PO installed two outlet pump, I am currently reseaching my options there.

    THe PO disconnected the oil injection system, I am debating/researching reconnecting it.

    The MFD is inoperative, Iread there is a fuse for it I will hunt down.

    Lines and hoses are a bit of a mess.

    I really bought it for my wife, when we go to the lake she tends to hang out in the camp while everyone else spends the day on the water. We took it to Inks Lake this weekend and she ran 30 gallons of fuel through it so I'd have to day mission accomplished.


    I'm sure answers to my questions are all here, I'll search them out.
    I wanted to say hi and share a shot I took from a "chase" boat of my wife pulling my son in the tube this past weekend.


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    Well if that doesn't look like "Polaris Happiness" I don't know what does!

    Welcome to the Hulk!


    Bryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibreakstuff View Post
    Well if that doesn't look like "Polaris Happiness" I don't know what does!

    Bryan
    Indeed!!

    Change the fuel lines and fuel valve while you're working on the pump. Those son-of-a guns are a constant source of trouble and you don't want to turn your families smiles into frowns!!!
    Lubricate the zirk fitting(s) at the driveline.

    Oh and I'd also like to say WELCOME to the Green Hulk Forums!!!

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    Welcome to the forum. I'm new here also. I'm going to pick up my new skis Firday and should be on the Lake by Saturday. How did the 750 do for pulling a tube? I'm guess not much wake but plenty of speed.

    Awesome pic. I can't wait.

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    Neither my wife, my son nor I are small people by any stretch. At one point, my wife and I were riding while pulling my son.
    At another, I was running along side a 150HP Equipped fishing boat while I was pulling my son on a tube and I was gaining on the boat. My MFD is broken so I can't tell you how fast I was going.
    My wife was pulling my son and a friend on the tube together, she crossed the wake of the boat I was on taking these pictures and they caught air.

    I did not hear anybody that was being pulled complain about how well it was pulling.

    My son wants a knee board now so we will see how that goes. I think a knee board will be a piece of cake after the tube.

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    looks like everyone had fun!
    Nice find!
    I believe the fuse is part #4
    http://www.partsland.com/index.cgi?N...ELECTRICAL-BOX

    Just check on your mirror size they have to be a minimum of 4" high and 4" wide to legally tow, just in case you get stopped.

    http://www.boat-ed.com/tx/course/p4-...ngSkierSection
    Here in PA we have to have a 3 seater and a spotter

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    Quote Originally Posted by polarispa View Post
    looks like everyone had fun!
    Nice find!
    I believe the fuse is part #4
    http://www.partsland.com/index.cgi?N...ELECTRICAL-BOX

    Thanks for the diagram. Can the fuse be purchased local anywhere or is it a special type?

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    It's a standard 1/4 amp.

    If you don't mind, could you PM how much you paid for the SLT? I have one that I'm about to sell and want to get an idea of what they're going for.

    Thanks,

    Bryan

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