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    95 SLT 750 drive coupler

    Has Polaris redesigned their drive coupler to a solid one? Where's the best place to purchase one?


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    Coupler

    Sharkcrazy,

    I just bought a new coupler this past spring and they did make some changes to it. You might want to order one soon because Polaris is not making most of the parts for the jetskis. My new coupler was approximately $90. I ordered it from a big repair shop here in Maine. I can give you the number to the shop if your interested.

    wtvl539

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    Welcome to the Hulk Sharkster????

    The early Polaris had the solid and the later had the rubber mounted. Either will work. But for big HP the solid is preferred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Welcome to the Hulk Sharkster????

    The early Polaris had the solid and the later had the rubber mounted. Either will work. But for big HP the solid is preferred.
    Really? I thought everyone liked the rubber type for vibration dampening. Doesn't the PRO 785 have the rubber type as well? Not a knock, just a legit Q.

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    The PRO runs the smaller coupler. Big power can twist, distort, fatigue, melt, etc. the larger rubberized coupler.
    This was a problem on the boats Womack was running during endurance racing, the solid coupler eliminated the driveline failures.
    Be sure the engine is properly aligned.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Thanks for setting me straight. Can we get Womack as a member here? His knowledge of Poalris would be Awesome.

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    He just doesn't have the time nor desire to play with us.
    He does however check in from time to time.
    I can ask him anything you'd like.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Nothing in particular, just thought a seasnoed race vet could shed a little light on things around here. You know like a dear Abby once a week?

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    Yeah, it'd be cool but you know how those paid professionals are.

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