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Old 01-10-2014
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Default polaris 680 1997 triple

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took apart my chaincase had one tooth broke off reverse gear.,plus the top gear had a mark on it. but the bottom gear is 40 tooth and the top gear is 22 tooth is this right or should it be a 20 tooth, I just bought this sled so I don,t no if it had been apart before, looked it up and to me it look,s like it should be a 20 tooth, may maybe it does,t matter.
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Someone may have switched gears, not a big deal. This larger top will give you higher top speed but less acceleration. What do you mean by a mark on it? If the gears are chipped, mangled, broken, etc. they need to be replaced.
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