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WTB: 8" Polaris track drivers (cogs)

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Old 06-10-2008
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Default WTB: 8" Polaris track drivers (cogs)

Im putting a 1.5" track on my wedge so i was told i need some smaller drivers, So looking for some of those, Im not sure how easy it is to take them off and put on, If its not real easy im sure i can find a shaft and drivers together. I see them go pretty cheap on ebay but not the size im looking for, So anyone got a good deal for me to help fund my project?


EDIT: Wont be needing the sprockets, Looks like i have enough clearance..

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you want 8 tooth not 8 inch. you can get them from hiperf.com pretty cheap.
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O haha my bad.. I found 4 used ones for 50 bucks. Is that a good deal or no? Im putting a bit of money into the other stuff im doing the so sled so money is gona be kinda tight for other things..
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go to hiperf.com and compare there new prices to used ones.
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I just checked it out, Sounds like 50 for all 4 is a good deal,

Looks like 35 just for one inner sprocket..

Now i just hope i can buy them before someone else does.. And i hope i can find someone to press them on my driveshaft for me..
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