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I purchase this larger Trail ceo 250 in non-running problem yesterday because that literally a couple hundred bucks together a job bike and also in order to begin replacing components it"d be helpful if i knew for details what year and also model it is. Is there some covert spot on the structure or something the someone have the right to tell me to identify it? It"s old enough not to have an electric start and its a 2 stroke but from what I have the right to tell Polaris started making these in 86 all the means up through 99". Most I have actually seen have electrical starts therefore I"m guessing this is an previously model. Many thanks for any assist.
Todd --------------------------------------------2001 Polaris Trail boss 3251990 Polaris trail Blazer 250 (Current job Bike)
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There must be a number ~ above the tube under the seat beginning with a "W". The two digits after the "W" to represent the year. Is that picture that is in your avatar the one in question? It has a headlight that is not attached come the take care of bars i m sorry is absolutely not a 86 to 88. I don"t understand what year they changed from a handlebar placed headlight come a body an installed one but it to be after 1988. Finally, are you sure you don"t have electrical start? Is it feasible it is broken or the starter to be removed?
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The TB in my Avatar is my 01" TrailBoss 325. I just obtained a different quad that is one old Trail ceo 250, I"m guessing 90-93? or miscellaneous in the range...Most of the human body is very similar to mine 325. I havent torn it totally apart however so ns cant say the it for certain doesnt have a starter ~ above the engine block but there is definitely no starter switch on the the ignition simply a run/stop/off switch
Todd --------------------------------------------2001 Polaris Trail ceo 3251990 Polaris follow Blazer 250 (Current project Bike)
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The start button should it is in on the left handlebar under the on slide on/off and also headlight switch. The starter is hidden under the belly of the engine and also is a PIA to obtain at.
Todd --------------------------------------------2001 Polaris Trail boss 3251990 Polaris follow Blazer 250 (Current task Bike)
I hadn"t also thought to ask whereby the headlight move was? This point doesnt have a battery either and no battery tray under the left behind fender which i assumed was due to the fact that it didn"t have a starter.....It makes sense to me that if that doesnt have actually a starter that doesnt need a battery. Mine lawnmower, snowblower, chainsaw, and so on doesnt have actually a battery either and all those are basic pull start engines.

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Todd --------------------------------------------2001 Polaris Trail boss 3251990 Polaris trail Blazer 250 (Current task Bike)
From the business manual only Trail Blazers didn"t have electrical start. All Trail ceo units have "std" listed for electrical start and also Trail Blazers are provided as "recoil only". Hope this helps identify what you have.
well there you go....i looked up pictures of 1990 trace Blazers and also there it was....thanks for the help!
Todd --------------------------------------------2001 Polaris Trail boss 3251990 Polaris trace Blazer 250 (Current project Bike)
There should be a number on the tube under the seat starting with a "W". The 2 digits after ~ the "W" represents the year. Is that photograph that is in your avatar the one in question? It has actually a headlight the is no attached to the handle bars which is certainly not a 86 come 88. I don"t recognize what year they changed from a handlebar mounted headlight to a body placed one but it to be after 1988. Finally, space you certain you don"t have electrical start? Is it possible it is damaged or the starter to be removed?
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