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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-21-2014, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
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500 non ebs serial number please

The one way bearing on my 500 is siezed up and i would like to order a non ebs primary from my local polaris dealer. If anybody could share the serial number off of thier 500 h.o. non ebs i would appreciate it. Thank you.

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300 xplorer clutch half snorkled, 489s, sportsman 400 bumper
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-22-2014, 03:17 AM
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Why not just put a $65 bearing in rather than a $500 clutch?
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I dont want/need engine braking and the clutch needs rebuilt. Plus if i get rid of the one way bearing it cant fail again.

250 trail boss currently wrecked
325 trailboss white polaris primary spring, soon to be straight piped
300 xplorer clutch half snorkled, 489s, sportsman 400 bumper
2005 F150 Lariat
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Or does anyone have the part number for a complete non ebs clutch? I found some on ebay but they are not a polaris brand clutch has anyone tried one of those?

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325 trailboss white polaris primary spring, soon to be straight piped
300 xplorer clutch half snorkled, 489s, sportsman 400 bumper
2005 F150 Lariat
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The clutches all come specific part numbers based on the machine. It's hard to figure out which one you need sometimes. What year is your machine and I can get you a price on rebuilding it. Should be less than 2/3 the cost of a new one with a 2 way bearing installed to eliminate the EBS. All depends on the cost of the rebuild kit as there are a bunch of different versions out there. Most expensive rebuild kit is about $160, plus a bearing at $65ish, and $60 labor plus shipping. Some kits are as cheap as $60.

PN 1322682 is the complete primary from a 13 500 Non-EBS and will bolt right on. You will need to buy new spring and weights or swap yours over is still in good condition. But best to replace them.

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Thank you its an 05 500 h.o. if you could get me price on a rebuild that would be great.
I priced that part number at $500. Could i not use that clutch with a white polaris primary spring and just figure what wieghts i would need at 0-3000m elevation?

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300 xplorer clutch half snorkled, 489s, sportsman 400 bumper
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You should be able to use your current spring and weights for the non ebs clutch if you decide to buy one ,but just change the EBS bearing, much cheaper. Check "cyclepartswarehouse dot com for OEM Polaris parts much cheaper than the dealership.

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-22-2014, 05:52 PM
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Looks like $170 for the complete kit. If it doesn't need bushings that will cut it down a lot. Then you would only be looking at $90. Plus bearing and time and shipping. So total would run $220ish or 300ish plus about $15 each way for shipping.
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