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Polaris: GEN 1 and older 1998 and older, all models in the Gen 1 Indy chassis and older chassis models
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Old 10-11-2009, 09:24 AM
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Not sure what model it is, but a friend of mine just bought it and I was curious what length paddles would fit on it. The paddle height is like 3/4 right now and she has a 1 1/2 or 2" to put on it. Will it fit?
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I believe that the RMK version of this sled had a 1.25" track on it, and you could go that route without much modification. To go with a larger lugs you probally will have to either drop and roll the chaincase or install smaller diameter drivers in order to provide adaquate clearance in the tunnel.
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Alright, That helps a bunch. Thanks.
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if it is a 97 the 1 1/2 will fit for sure and the 1 3/4 should also fit...look at the fisch parts online the rmk-deep snow models should show tracks..that work on the chassis
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Take a look at the serial number plate on the tunnel. There should be a 7-digit model number starting with "097...". The Polaris online parts catalog seperates the models by this number. For example, my '97 XLT RMK model # is 0970956. This should tell you for sure what model it is to know which tracks are shown for a paticular model.
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