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Does anyone have their chaincase off their Xlt?
I am looking for the dimensions of the seals.

there should be three numbers stamped in them.
They should be a common seal that I can get much cheaper at a bearing/seal place.
I already know the Polaris part number and I'm not interested in that.
Should look like this with numbers between the x's.

__ X __ X __
 

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Nobody with this info??
 

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Id help you if i could
 

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I went to the "cheaper" store, and the seals failed, Polaris ones seem a little thicker, and take more abuse. The cheaper seals didnt last the season, and the polaris are 3 seasons old now
 

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Polaris doesn't make seals. They come from an aftermarket manufacturer.
I can get better quality seals than than the Polaris ones for cheaper.

These seals are common to automotive use, just as the bearings are.

I guess I'll have to wait to get it apart to get the numbers.
 

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Sorry ace don't know the part number .But remember to use the loctite with the silicone in it on the bolts when you put it back togeather .Mine was leaking around the bolts and a budy told me why. I didn't use any loctite when I put it back togeather. You probabley allready new this just thought I would remind you.[:)]
 
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