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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-10-2018, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone have the correct part number for the thin sealing washers used when installing the shifter ratchet to eliminate some of the side play in the installed ratchet?

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Isn't it just simply the thinner drain plug washer?

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Isn't it just simply the thinner drain plug washer?
Yes??? the copper one you mean off like the 2008 and up?


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I'm not sure if the 2008 up ones are the thin or the thicker ones.
In some of the threads I read here people have tried to use drain plug washers to shim the ratchet asm only to find that the ones they were sold were too thick. That's the problem. Not sure if the thinner ones are some early version or a later version of the same part number or are a completely different part number.

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Anyone know if the drain plug washers that Polaris is using to fill orders with now are the thin ones that will work to shim the shifter ratchet or the thick ones that are too thick to be use as shims for that ratchet assembly?

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I'm confused what you are shimming but have you tried a hardware store?
A real hardware store not Lowe's and Home Depot.
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I'm confused what you are shimming but have you tried a hardware store?
A real hardware store not Lowe's and Home Depot.
In a nutshell, a drain plug crush washer can be used to eliminate side to side play on the shift shaft. My memory is failing me this evening, so I cannot say specifically where the washer goes.

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In a nutshell, a drain plug crush washer can be used to eliminate side to side play on the shift shaft. My memory is failing me this evening, so I cannot say specifically where the washer goes.
The annoying sloppy shift lever? I'd be interested in the fix for that but I have gotten used to it.
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The annoying sloppy shift lever? I'd be interested in the fix for that but I have gotten used to it.
Buywitchdoctors.com has a set of brass bushings that replaced the plastic bushings on the shift lever. The crush washer is for side to side movement of the shaft itself.

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