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    clear in the bearing carrier is the standard

    Hello aligners and engine repair BEARING CARRIER and I have this clear in the bearing carrier is the standard
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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    From What I understand, you are asking about having clearance between the couplers,At the prop end of the driveshaft,there is a little rubber cushion,if it is wore out then you will have slop or gap there. Pull the pump and check and/or replace it.

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    Race, wreck, repeat delagem's Avatar
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    Since you're asking in the MSX section, I got this from the MSX 140 service manual:

    2. Inspect driveshaft splines and threads inside
    engine drive coupler and impeller carefully for wear
    or damage. Replace worn parts. Rubber bumpers
    control driveshaft end play. Replace if worn,
    cracked or damaged.
    NOTE:
    If driveshaft, impeller, or coupler threads are
    worn or damaged, improper pump-to-hull, or pump-toengine
    alignment should be suspected. Refer to Pump/
    Drive shaft Alignment on pages 5.13 -- 5.14 for more information.

    Impeller Clearance
    Std: .002 - .008
    �� (.05 -.20 mm)
    Service Limit: .020
    �� (.5 mm)



    Drive Shaft End Play

    .100-.200
    �� (2.54-5.08mm)

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