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    Arrow Need shaft stub for 99 SLX

    Looking for shaft stub for a 1999 Polaris SLX, microfiche part #16.
    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....e=13&A=60&B=24

    Please PM me if you have one for sale.


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    your link doesnt work but its ok , http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Parts...4506.m20.l1116

    spend a little more , i mean alot more you can get em new

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    I have a whole Alum stator with bad fins,but good bearings and shaft,I'd loved to barter for some graphics on the new MSX Project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    I have a whole Alum stator with bad fins,but good bearings and shaft,I'd loved to barter for some graphics on the new MSX Project.
    Sounds like a plan ,)
    I just need the shaft, possibly the bearings and spacer as backup as mine so far seem fine.
    Let's get something going on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by SideFX View Post
    Sounds like a plan ,)
    I just need the shaft, possibly the bearings and spacer as backup as mine so far seem fine.
    Let's get something going on this
    You probably won't be able to re-use the old bearings, as getting them out can be hard on them.

    The spacer and stub shaft should be good. I think all years since 1994 used the same length of stub shaft.

    You could try straightening out the old bent stub shaft, but somehow I think that would be more effort than it is worth.

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    The easy way to save the bearings is just cut the stator to the bearing and they will push out by finger. Nothing a bandsaw and 10 minutes wont take care of...come to think of it, I can't even get to the bearing house that quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    The easy way to save the bearings is just cut the stator to the bearing and they will push out by finger. Nothing a bandsaw and 10 minutes wont take care of...come to think of it, I can't even get to the bearing house that quick.
    What about metal particles from the cutting process contaminating the bearing?

    Are new bearings so expensive that you would want to try re-using an old bearing?

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    The bearings are sealed so you should be O.K.
    The factory bearings are crazily priced where the bearing units from the bearing houses are reasonably priced.
    If I were at the lake and a bearing went bad, something would be better than no ride time at the water. Maybe others don't come quite equiped as myself but I can certainly replace a set of bearings while at the water.
    Judgement call I guess.

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    I'm in a fairly good position here as there are three machine shops in the same complex as my studio. One of the guys suggested seeing the other fellow down the way about straightening it until I get another one in, and since I don't want to chance it now, figured it would be interesting to see how far he can get with it.

    So to get the old berings out, a puller will do? Push them through? What's the best way?
    Or can I just leave it be and use a different stub through it as long as things feel snug?

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    I can get it out to you on Monday,It'd a alum.stator,If you want I'll cut it apart and send you just the shaft,and bearings and then you'd have a spare set of bearings also.We'll work something else after I get the ski done and decide what I want,(no hurry)Main thing is get you running again .Shoot me a mailing addy and I'll ship it Monday.

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