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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    This online vendor lists it for $10.
    https://www.impellers.com/shop.html#...0cc/p/73485897

    I have never used them, and no idea what they are like to do business with.
    Gave it a try. Minimum order is $35 plus shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Impros lists the tool for $14US.
    https://impros.com/store/polaris-imp...ool-wr006.html

    If the Impros shipping cost is similar, that is probably as good a total cost as you will find.


    I sometimes offer to loan my alignment tool kit and ship it. Deposit required and it is bulky to ship.
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2853081

    Spline tool in lower right of photo.



    I have an old home made impeller spline tool here, made from an old Polaris driveshaft.
    It is heavier and longer than the commercial tools so shipping would cost more.

    For this larger home made spline tool the postage cost to send it is probably as much as the tool is worth.
    Followed the link you provided. Tool is $14 US and shipping is close to $40 US.
    Regarding your tools, I'll PM you. A few years ago, I bought a starter from you and it is still working.
    Thanks for the info.

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    Try ebay, I see some solas ones on ebay.ca that have free shipping and are around CAD$25. I had a spare driveshaft that was destroyed and I just cut off the impeller end and welded a nut to it. If you can weld and have a garbage drive shaft somewhere (like splines stripped out) they are very easy to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdlvx View Post
    Try ebay, I see some solas ones on ebay.ca that have free shipping and are around CAD$25. I had a spare driveshaft that was destroyed and I just cut off the impeller end and welded a nut to it. If you can weld and have a garbage drive shaft somewhere (like splines stripped out) they are very easy to make.
    Thanks for your input. I was hoping to find a used tool. Unfortunately I don't have a distorted driveshaft, therefore I can't do as you did.

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    Tried to PM back K447, but his PM box is full. No other way to communicate with him.
    Sorry we could not proceed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hbernier View Post
    Tried to PM back K447, but his PM box is full. No other way to communicate with him.
    Sorry we could not proceed.
    I deleted some messages.


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