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Well, my '97 Polaris XLT SP has a pto side bearing heading south. Just in time for summer though. At least it waited untill spring. Since I am going to have it apart I will probably put new rings in it and maybe some mild, trail port/ploish work. What I am wondering is if there is anything else I should do while I have it torn down. The sled has never been wrenched on once in 6500 miles other than normal maintainance. I plan on leaving everything more/less stock for longevity purposes. I figure I can only make it better if I take care of any known problems while it's apart. Also, does anyone know if there are any bearings available that are better than stock? Thanks in advance.
 

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NTN bearings are good.good idea to tear it down now,it will save you a lot of money,PTO side went in my ZRT.when the seal went it took a piston with it.
 
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