Question about Polaris ATV
All nuts on the crank shaft are supposed to be torqued and pat i noticed one other thing while i was reading your post you pretty much have answered you own questions what size is the engine on the polaris that you have and any numbers that you happen to have off the engine would also be of benefit in turn i can look up the exact torque ratio on the crankshaft or you can call an engine shop and they will also give you the specs and heres another hint whoever the dealer is that keeps coming up with the dear in the headlights look to your questions needs to go out of business hopefully theres a different dealer near you that you can also go see the next time you have a problem message me back with engine size and any further questions I await your reply Thanks again
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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