If you ask it the answer will come. Tip: Don't buy a used snowmobile without it's registration papers! It can be either manual or automatic. Up to 144 people on the museum page. You will find out the type of the vehicle, the type of the engine, the information about the safety equipment and some other technical specs. If you would have posted the numbers on your second post you would have had 57 responses before your alarm clock got you out of bed this morning.
Steve says he thought he remembers using power platform tag as the original unless you remember differently. The number 0 and letters O, I, U and Z are never used to determine a snowmobile's year so skip them accordingly. Track test buggy for testing track for sleds. There are also no spaces in vehicle identification numbers whatsoever. You can go to the shop manual and find the break down but other than model and engine cc, the only other info you will get is ignition type, track type and such. There is currently no free service for snowmobiles, or paid service in fact, which makes learning to decode your own important.
This number contains vital information about the vehicle, such as model, year of production, manufacturer, country and plant of assembly, type of engine, and more. One of them is that the code doesn't contain any information about the transmission in the latest models while such data is included in the code of the first models. This Voyager traveled 2100 miles one way to get here! So, now the next move is up to you. Each of the Polaris vehicles has a that contains the information about the specs of the car. I'm not entirely sure on this. I know its mostly for cars, but i think they pull their info from vehicle branches.
Has the O-13 engine and no prefix before the serial denoting it's definitely pre-1960. Use a pencil to write the code down even if you think it looks the same way as in the registration card. I consider myself fairly new to this site but each day I am amazed and what takes place here. You can start looking for the stamped number on the left side frame rail. You can use this code for the search of the parts for repairing or when you plan to buy a new Polaris. Your number 699 C-10 fits beautifully on the list with the others around it.
On snowmobiles, this number is always located in the same place. Polaris Parts House is owned and operated by. Hey Snotraveler, Thanks for the extra numbers. I made a 750 mile journey this weekend to pick up my newest Sno-Traveler and hit a few collections some what along the way One of the more interesting sleds I saw this weekend was a 63 Mountaineer with a one of a kind track. . Hoping for a tag number from that gentleman on the 1958 Aluminum experimental sled.
I get to brainerd fairly often. Lastly, Tom brought up the good point to look on the serial tag for the engine to see when it was produced. Hey, this brings up an interesting conversation you maybe able to help us with! The whole procedure is easy and intuitive. If you go to the resources section of this web site, then sled manuals you cand download what you need, or if you click this link it should take you to the model number explaination for the 72's. About Polaris Parts House We're the source for any Polaris Parts you may need - Covers, Accessories, or any Replacement Parts! If you don't then M 9M There are very helpful and knowledgable people on this site 24 hours a day. Take a picture of the sled and show it to a local repair shop and they may be able to identify the sled for you for the purpose of buying replacement parts.
The number increases by 1 for every snowmobile produced in that line. Tom, were we in fact calling those 58s? It's not the same as the year of manufacture. From what we are able to gather so far from the list and pictures of other sleds, a 1957 has a brass metal plate above the steering wheel unlike the common Polaris tag. Then, from the looks of it, in 58 the holes were staggered on the power platform and the tag was still on the dash only it was the regular looking one. He sent pictures today and it's really a neat piece. And it continues: 2011 is B, 2012 is C, 2013 is D etc.
Is there any chance that I could come take a look at your three 0-13's the next time I head over that way? We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. If you ignore the decoding process, it can lead to various problems like issues with changing the parts, etc. Also, the holes on the power platform in 57 were all in a straight line. A brush will be useful for cleaning the board and the flashlight will let you read the code. The first all-terrain vehicles were first produced in 1985. Another myth is that checking the is a waste of time.
You can find it on the top of this page. You can easily find the parts through our parts diagrams after finding the appropriate category above. Meaning of the 11th to 17th digits The 11th Digit represents the assembly plant. In 59, with still no prefix the tag then moved to the rear power platform. Take a look at the front wheel well on the left side that's just beside the fender. Note: I recommend contacting the manufacturer for additional help. It's much easier to decode the next symbols with the decoder.