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    Will a 1996 SLTX Jet Pump fit a 1999 1050 SLTX?

    Will a 1996 SLTX Jet Pump fit a 1999 1050 SLTX? Is this a direct fit? The part numbers don't seem to agree on the www.atlanticpowersports.com OEM Parts Finder.

    Thanks, Ron


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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
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    Thanks Beer....just curious....why are the part numbers so different for the 1996 and 1999?

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    Any time Polaris changes one little thing it gets a new part number. All the pump castings are the same.(except the SS Stator) Small changes like moving the anode to the top and it gets a new number.

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    The 96 has a nipple for the siphon tube and the 99 uses a bilge pump only! I think? but still has the bosses if you needed to add a tube
    Last edited by ZMANN; 10-23-2007 at 08:23 PM.

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    My 96 has a bilge pump...???

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    and a siphon correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    and a siphon correct?
    I'll check but I know it has a pump...thanks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Any time Polaris changes one little thing it gets a new part number. All the pump castings are the same.(except the SS Stator) Small changes like moving the anode to the top and it gets a new number.
    That seems to be the tricky aspect - knowing when a part number interchange is OK, or even an upgrade, vs those times when the old part number is the one you need to stick with.

    Most of that parts interchange knowledge seems to primarily be in the heads of certain people. I am glad some of those people are making that knowledge available here, at least when parts specific questions come up.

    Perhaps someone in-the-know could create a list of the more common, or important, parts interchanges?
    The early domestic electrical/stator upgrade seems to be well known, and the extended jet pump upgrade, and the Fuji fuel pump upgrade, but I am sure there are lots of others that are less broadly known about.

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    Pump and syphon, best of both worlds. I like to convert all my boats to one electric and one syphon.

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