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The reason I ask is because I have a two cog laying around and Ive noticed a lot of newer sleds only have two. The sled I want to put it on is a 93 Storm 750. The drive shaft came off of an Indy 340 lite. they have the same cogs and the shaft is the same. Just wondering...I know it will work but will it work good? Thanks
 

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If all you ever do is putter around, it will work fine.

If you EVER put the throttle all the way to the bar, the torque will ratchet the 2 cog driveshaft in the track, damaging them both.

Just put a new bearing on the old shaft, the end result will be a lot better.

Or, if there's some other sort of damage, I have 2 4-cog driveshafts here, they both need new bearings.. I'll sell ya one for 10 bucks plus the cost of shipping .
 

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If you do some research you'll find that the new high power sleds with two cogs have cogs that penetrate through the track, driving it from the windows.
Like this:
 
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