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The Polaris 700 twin I bought very inexpensive had a lifter go through the crankcase and I am wondering if it would be more economical to replace the whole motor or to have it rebuilt and I would also like to know if anyone knows of any good Polaris mechanics around the Toledo Ohio area
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If the case is broken from my knowledge the motor is basically worthless. So you would have to find a replacement.
 
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Trice confirmed: you need a new motor.
 

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Don't waste your time on the broken case. Get a new motor...
 

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Here's my dilemma. A used motor which could be used hard or used lightly is a hit or miss and still cost an arm and a leg and a new crate motor cost both arms both legs but a rebuild it seems like the most economical way and a motor would be guaranteed if I have it done by a professional
 

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Don't waste your time on the broken case. Get a new motor...
Here's my dilemma. A used motor which could be used hard or used lightly is a hit or miss and still cost an arm and a leg and a new crate motor cost both arms both legs but a rebuild it seems like the most economical way and a motor would be guaranteed if I have it done by a professional
 

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Trice confirmed: you need a new motor.
Here's my dilemma. A used motor which could be used hard or used lightly is a hit or miss and still cost an arm and a leg and a new crate motor cost both arms both legs but a rebuild it seems like the most economical way and a motor would be guaranteed if I have it done by a professional
 

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Talk to someone over at nFlow.
 
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