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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    $90 for crank seals?????

    Has anyone had any luck with aftermarket crank seals for a Fuji? I see the stockers equal $90 and the cheap Jetlynes I used went bad after 11 or 12 hours of use. Not sure if it's mechanic's fault or cheap seals yet, but I need seals fast. Anyone had luck with aftermarket or does everyone like the factory's? Thanks


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    I seem to recall when I bought my seals from Atlantic Powerpsorts they encouraged me to buy the aftermarket seals? Said they were the same thing, just without the Polaris package?

    I've only got a few hours on mine, but they did pass a leakdown test just fine over the winter.

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    I got a whole gasket set from atlantic jetsports last year for less than that.

    http://www.atlanticjetsports.com/gas..._seal_kits.htm

    I generally prefer OEM, but you know how it goes. . .The ski I picked up over teh winter has aftermarket seals, and they were blown out. Not the part that rides on the crank, but the rib that slips into the case

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    wow u see those seal prices at atlantic jet sports? thats a deal ..you only need the 2 outers i believe.....ive ordered from there before..they were very cool.

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    There are part #'s on the seals.. you can buy them from most bearing suppliers. The part #'s are interchangeable across several manufacturers - just find out who manufactures the ones for Polaris and use them. It's OEM without OEM prices.

    Bryan

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Addicted, that's what I'm afraid of with the cheaper AM's. Think I'll try the teflon coated from Atlantic jetsports then. (cross fingers) I like Breakstuff's idea if I didn't have to do so much work. Thanks guys

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