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    Pump Shoe & Grate not alighning : already searched!

    Im about to reinstall the shoe and r&d grate, but experiencing a weird issue. (1999 XLL 1200)

    With the grate attached to the shoe, when I go to test fit them in place, the front of the grate does not sit flush. This is with the shoe centered and all the way back as close to the transom plate as possiable.
    If I push on the front of the grate to make it flush, then the shoe hangs down too far, and looking inside the tunnel (pump removed) the sides of the upper part of the shoe are way off.

    Not afraid to grind if needed.

    SUGGESTIONS??


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    GPR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    GPR?
    Sorry, XLL 1200.

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    well, I just learned that the pump shoe in my GPR is a closed course pump shoe and that the intake grate has to be modified to fit in, maybe you have the same thing. I dont know too much about it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henn View Post
    well, I just learned that the pump shoe in my GPR is a closed course pump shoe and that the intake grate has to be modified to fit in, maybe you have the same thing. I dont know too much about it yet.
    Not in my case, everything was completely stock down there.

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    Contact Jim at JIM' PERFORMANCE. I believe that he has done lots of work with that hull and can give you the 411 on how it should be set up.

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    Buuuuuuumppp...

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    maybe you should post some detailed pictures how we can see whats wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by henn View Post
    well, I just learned that the pump shoe in my GPR is a closed course pump shoe and that the intake grate has to be modified to fit in, maybe you have the same thing. I dont know too much about it yet.
    The closed course shoe used a special grate made by R&D.

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    If I can get a helping hand to hold things in place while I shoot some pics, I'll post theM up.

    It's a 100% stock shoe with a PPK.

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