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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/09/06 12:00:56 (permalink)
Thanks for the reply. I will check on my buddies 800. Or I mite find a pure polaris header and pipe and put that on. Thanks and have fun!!!
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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/09/11 22:38:41 (permalink)
I have the 800 dual header as many do on the sp700, not many want the extra weight of the dual silencers.
just go with a single like the PP/White Bros. silencer.


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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/09/14 20:10:33 (permalink)
Did the 700 get more power with the 800 snokle and the 800 head pipe? Does the efi require a different map setting? Thanks for the pics to they are a lot of help!!
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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/09/15 00:32:44 (permalink)
Not a lot IMO but it helps.
Others have claimed a much noticable difference.
You will need to rejet for optimal performace & Re mapp for the EFI units.
 
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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/10/04 17:47:18 (permalink)
hello. my fan was noisey so i removed the blade and everything under it.i then carefully pryed the case appart. make sure the magnets do not get mixed up as the fan may spin backwards if you do. the bearing is a common bearing used in many roller blade wheels. my local hardware store had a box in the bolt aisle with only 4 different sizes. one of the 4 was the same size, and even had heavy duty seals. the other end of the shaft is a bushing and was in great shape. i then packed the bushing with some good synthetic grease,and now the fan motor is smooth as silk. also the fan blade fit loose over the drive pin. i coated the notch in the blade, and the shaft with heavy duty black gasket maker.  installed the fan and clip and coated the end of the shaft and fan with the same sealer.  let it set up over night. the fan was never as quiet as it is now, and the gasket maker acts as a shock absorber between the steel drive pin and the plastic blade. the sealer i used should allow the blade to come free if it should ever need to come appart again.  the best part was the bearing was only 2.85 and the sealer i had kicking around the garage.  sure beats 250.00 from polaris. 
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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/10/11 16:35:03 (permalink)
I dont know about the 700 sportsman but the 400 sportsman hub bearing race number is made buy timken L44610 The bearing is L44649 And the Strut bearing is L44643.
 
 If anyone knows the Timken number for the strut race it would be greatly appreciated.
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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/10/11 16:50:33 (permalink)
I need the number for a 400 sportsman strut bearing race from Timken. The bearing number is L44643 Also the hub bearing is L44649 and the hub race is L44610. But i dont know the strut bearing race number need help on that one

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/10/12 20:06:51 (permalink)
for those that do not want to pay 20 bucks a gasket, there is a NAPA gasket from idk what that fits your exhaust gaskets. (those donut things) it is
NAPA part # 31360

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/10/29 17:46:34 (permalink)
anybody have a part number for ball joint for the front struts??
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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2006/12/10 17:37:27 (permalink)
Dayco HPX Extreme Duty belt for 05 700 efi is part number hpx2204
oem belt is 3211091
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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/05 11:41:45 (permalink)
i know that a 700 belt part #3211091, will work in the 800's, polaris dealer said the 700 belt would not work, but i tried it anyway and no problems, actually i think it pops out of the hole a little better.. the 700 belt is $49 dollars and the belt for the 800 is $90.. so u do the math[:D][:D][:D]

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/06 22:53:37 (permalink)
Great thread guys, helped me find front and rear drive shaft UJ's for a buddies SP 600 on a saturday night, just got done putting them in. Polaris price $45 each, O'reilly #12 for their precision brand part number 338.
 
It was a PIA job, but what are you going to do when a buddies bike is down?

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/08 07:36:26 (permalink)
any numbers on rear diff bearings on the 04 700's? i saw someone posted axle bearings but those where wheel bearing #'s

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RE: Re: Polaris, Super Strength Tie Rod Ends report 2007/01/08 20:19:10 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: Godfather

This is the parts I just used in order to rebuild a rear end on a 2003 Sportsman 600.

Jew your parts dealers for the best prices. I rebuit this one for less than $90.

Beware that if you Penion and Ring gear is bad the best deal I found is $250.00 from Polaris. (Just in case)

2) Bearings - 6010-2RSC3 SRI-2 The brand is KYK

1) Bearing - 6306-2RSC3 SRI-2 The brand is KYK

2) Seals - Polaris PN 3233878

1) Seal - Polaris PN 3233785

1) Bushing - Polaris PN 3233577

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/15 18:35:07 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: SLEDHEAD

hello. my fan was noisey so i removed the blade and everything under it.i then carefully pryed the case appart. make sure the magnets do not get mixed up as the fan may spin backwards if you do. the bearing is a common bearing used in many roller blade wheels. my local hardware store had a box in the bolt aisle with only 4 different sizes. one of the 4 was the same size, and even had heavy duty seals. the other end of the shaft is a bushing and was in great shape. i then packed the bushing with some good synthetic grease,and now the fan motor is smooth as silk. also the fan blade fit loose over the drive pin. i coated the notch in the blade, and the shaft with heavy duty black gasket maker.  installed the fan and clip and coated the end of the shaft and fan with the same sealer.  let it set up over night. the fan was never as quiet as it is now, and the gasket maker acts as a shock absorber between the steel drive pin and the plastic blade. the sealer i used should allow the blade to come free if it should ever need to come appart again.  the best part was the bearing was only 2.85 and the sealer i had kicking around the garage.  sure beats 250.00 from polaris. 

 
i have an 06 sportsman 700 and my fan is also very loud. is this something covered under warranty or not?

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/16 13:05:19 (permalink)
Will the Napa #338 U-Joint fit the front prop shaft?  If not, Does anyone have a part # for it?

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/21 15:28:43 (permalink)
What is the part number for a front wheel bearing in a 06 sp 500 H.O.?

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/26 13:43:56 (permalink)
well the dealer is replacing my radiator fan

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RE: Re: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/01/26 21:47:54 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: xpldavid

Will the Napa #338 U-Joint fit the front prop shaft?  If not, Does anyone have a part # for it?

 
Yes.  However I suggest the neapco version.  I went to a driveline shop and asked for a spicer version but he told me the neapco is better because the spicer has fewer needle bearings, and they are bigger.  The neapco has more of them, and they are smaller, so the trunion is larger.  I believe the part number is 5-170x for the neapco.

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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/02/07 20:12:51 (permalink)
Just to confirm an earlier post.  The exhaust seal from NAPA #31360 Fit my 02, 700 sp.  I was $6.90+tax from NAPA.  $18.00 from the dealer

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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/02/25 07:23:59 (permalink)
any 1 have a # for the front strut for a 97 500 after market that is
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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/03/01 05:40:26 (permalink)
http://www.a-1injectors.com/fuel-pumps/buynow/e8198.htm
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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/03/11 23:21:58 (permalink)
Mobil One has a filter for the twins. M1-110   One of there best oil filters. i run one on my 800. I have a filter cutter and I cut all filters apart after an oil change to look inside. Also I determine how well the filter has been made. This is the first Mobil filter I hae run on the 800 and will let everyone know what I think of it after I cut it apart. The stock Polaris filters are made quite well.

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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/04/08 18:35:36 (permalink)

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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/04/16 11:42:31 (permalink)
Sportsman Fan Replacement.. Polaris Part # 2410383  230.00 from Dealer
made by SPAL fans. at 1-800-345-0327  their part # is 30100411 for 79.95
Fits the following Applications:
 
2004 Sportsman 400
2004 Sportsman 500
2005 ATP 500 4X4
2005 Sportsman 400
2006-07 Sportsman 450
2005-07 Sportsman 500 H.O. and EFI
2006-07 Sportsman X2 500
 
 
You will have to use your existing shroud.

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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/05/02 17:22:54 (permalink)

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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/05/03 09:22:50 (permalink)
Anyone know of a belt for a 600??
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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/05/03 15:13:18 (permalink)
use the polaris belt

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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/05/03 15:37:59 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: PolarisTodd

use the polaris belt

 
Yeah I just won't have much money right now to get one. I was looking for a cheap replacment for now..
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RE: Make a list of common numbers we need 2007/05/14 13:54:52 (permalink)
The cheap replacements aren't but about $10 cheaper.  I have found that OEM belts are the best to buy.

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