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    FS: Stainless Steel 6 vein Stator & 4 inch pump extension

    PM me with offers. The 4 inch extension is stuck on and won't come off, but the Stator was just rebuilt with all new bearings and seals. Stub shaft was inspected and it is also in great shape.


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    Huh , thought you needed a second one or you got the AAT off yours

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    Got the AAT off using a board on top of the extension and some (a lot actually) washers and the stainless steel bolts, just screwed them in, taking turns on all three (no porn jokes guys) and she came right out. No need for two and i thought someone might like an upgrade.

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    good to hear, is Hyoctane still looking ???

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    I certainly am! I'm not too sure what would be a good price for a setup like this...maybe you guys could guide me?

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    For the right offer I would be willing to add in the brand new 15/21 Concord impeller (used once..seriously) as a complete bolt on package. My set up now on my Pro 1200 hooks up great so I am not changing a thing

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    isnt that why your passing this one on since the pump hub is different

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    It came off my Pro 1200. The Impellers all fit it, the impellers I have would not fit the one I got from Darren, whose was off a 1200 DI. The Stator fit my Pro, but non of my impellers would fit on that one, but all of mine fit the original ( about 4 differnent ones).

    I am not sure if the 1200 DI had a different SS Stator. So no thats not why I am selling it. It would work fine. It is the stock one of a 2000 1200 Pro and not modified. The brand new in a box 15/21 Concord from Impros bolted right on, so I think the issue was with the 1200 DI stator being differnt, but the impeller Darren sent with it works great so I just left it alone. If I ever want to change impellers I just need to order one for the 1200 DI.
    Last edited by ShaneG; 07-25-2008 at 07:58 AM.

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    Arrow Dimensional differences between Pro 1200 and Fuel Injected 1200 stators, impellers

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneG View Post
    ...the impellers I have would not fit the one I got from Darren, whose was off a 1200 DI. The Stator fit my Pro, but non of my impellers would fit on that one, but all of mine fit the original ( about 4 different ones).

    I am not sure if the 1200 DI had a different SS Stator. ...the issue was with the 1200 DI stator being different
    ...I just need to order one for the 1200 DI.
    If you even have the opportunity, others here (including myself) would like to understand the differences between those stators, including some photos and measurements of the stator hub area, and the matching impeller(s).

    Somehow, it doesn't seem sensible that Polaris would bother creating a different stator and impeller dimensional spec for the Fuel Injected DI machines.

    Or is it the Pro 1200 stator that is the 'different' one?

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    I can look tonight when I get home for something that measures metric rather than standard, as it gives a more finite number. I can post some pics, but once again when i ordered the brand new impeller from impros I just told them the year and model and the new impeller bolted right on, so I know the issue has to be with the 1200 DI being different than the 1200 Pro.

    Does anyone on here have information from Polaris on the two different models/years Stator's with hub circumerence? I can throw up some pics, but it would be nice to know what the factory says.

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