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    96 Polaris slt 780

    I have a 96 Polaris SLT 780 -- MFD and Bilge fuses are blown (just purchased this ski) -- Having to remove the battery (which is bolted down, not straps) then removing the 6 allen head bolts, figuring out I also had to remove the 3 bolts holding the electrical box on so be able to see inside of it, it makes me wonder if I can bypass the fuses inside the electrical box, and install waterproof inline fuses outside of the box for easy changing. Has anyone done this? If so, suggestions?

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    Re: 96 Polaris slt 780

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    Re: 96 Polaris slt 780

    I have 6 Polaris couches. Never had the bilge fuse blow. I have had the MFD slow blow fuse go a couple times. It is a pain in the ***, but we flood these things regularly and I always found the added protection of keeping the fuse inside the box is worth the hassle.
    87 650sx Red - 38mm 3 jet, Bored intake, Pipe Mod+TS Mani, Quadrafin plate, Thruster Scoop, Skat 16, 7^ bars, Pole Spring, Lanyard/Bilge Button, Finger Throttle
    88 650sx Blue - 40mm, Bored intake, Pipe Mod+TS Mani, Jetlyne plate, WC Superdeep, Skat 13/16, 4^ bars, Pole Spring, Lanyard/Bilge Button, Finger Throttle

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