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Old 01-04-2015, 06:12 PM
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Looking for clutching charts...also any good plastic skis that fit this sled? Any links to service manuals?
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I hat one that I put the plastic skis off of a '98 Polaris RMK on and they worked well. If I remem correctly, I had to trim the rubber pads a little. I trimmed them evenly and if I were to do it again, I would have trimmed more from the front of the pad than the rear because the skis tended to want to point down at the tips when in the air. It was never a problem, but it bugged me.
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Here is a bit of info for you. I ran secondary in B-2 with standard Pink secondary spring and Pink-Blue-Pink primary with 89F weights if I recall with no rivet. 16-35 gearing. Definitely use the 39 degree helix which should be stock. I also ran an Aaen pipe which really worked well on this sled.
I also put on Polaris plastic skis. As mentioned you need to experiment with the rubber pads to get them right but fairly simple to do that. Also you may have to add some washers for the mounting bolt to fit tight. It is well worth the time to put plastic skis on them.
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I have a set of Mods skis here for a Yamaha MM/SRX/RX1. I'm not sure if they could be made to work but I always liked those skis on my other Yamahas.

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I put a set of the 2000 MM skis on mine, they were a very good addition and easy to come by.
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i will give you my ones off my viper if you pay shipping not a mile on them,building new sled for your kids?
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i will give you my ones off my viper if you pay shipping not a mile on them,building new sled for your kids?
Yeah finished the snosport for my daughter And got a phazer with 1600miles for my son. Yeah if you have them skis I'll take them. I'll give you some cash for them though.





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Oh my goodness where in the world did you come across a phazer that clean? That's a dream!!!
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If you haven't figured it out by now, that track on the Phazer has to go. Nice sleds.
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