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1993 Polaris Explorer 300


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I am picking the machine mentioned above and it has an exhaust leak at the engine.

The previous owner implied it was just held on with springs, but I was curious as to weather there were bolts also and hoping that I don't have to deal with getting studs, out etc.

Any advice appreciated.

New to the forum and the world of Polaris's too.


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That is correct, there will be a flange that bolts to the cylinder, the springs hold the pipe to the flange. There are also springs that hold the rest of the pipe to the header. Are you sure of the year of the machine or that it is actually an Xplorer? To the best of my knowledge, 1995 was the first year of the Xplorer.

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