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1992 Polaris Trailboss Rebuild

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it came pre-disassembled so this should go fairly quickly...


took 4 pumps of grease and off it popped, its a can am puller the thinner tipped one. it bottomed in clutch before crank so the grease hydralic locked and off it came!

never dealt much with these power bloc clutches. a few on older ski doo thats it.



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On 3/28/2021 at 1:15 PM, green53 said:

What rear tires do you have on that bike?

It came with pure sports bandits, very popular in the 90s 😎 I added a set of ams sand snakes that were all folded up from shipping for ten years. They cracked terribly but I added a little slime and they sealed right up 👍🏻

On 5/25/2021 at 7:30 PM, SashaGraves21 said:

How did you hook up your carb?

I ordered a aftermarket replacement intake manifold, and used the original air box and boot 👍🏻 It needed a throttle cable so I replaced with aftermarket, be sure to set and double check your oil pump setting when changing cables, choke cable is factory, and all fuel lines and oil lines are new as well. If you have a project like this pick up a copy of the service manual, I have both the clymer and the factory Polaris. They will be a big help 😎👍🏻

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