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    thread size for drive shaft..

    just figuring out my driveshaft for my conversion, I havent got my midshaft taken apart yet, but does anyone know the thread size on the midshaft, I want to buy the tooling to do it. I am not using the Yami couplers, I am threading the seadoo driveshaft right to the midshaft.
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    anyone? i know there are guys making these and they must know.
    thanks
    Steve

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    What year? the 00-01 midshafts are different then the 02-08's. The 02-08 is M24 1.5mm

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    thanks Beer, it is a 2000. Do you know what the thread on the 2000? cant wait to get the driveshaft cut! Spring is coming and I dont want to miss any days of riding!

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    here is a picture of it if that helps.
    Thanks again.
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    To use the 00-01 you need to cut the splines into the Doo shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henn View Post
    thanks Beer, it is a 2000. Do you know what the thread on the 2000? cant wait to get the driveshaft cut! Spring is coming and I dont want to miss any days of riding!
    Your probably better off buying a shaft from Addicted.. It'l probably cost you as much to have one made as its going to cost to buy one that you know is proven proper size. Just trying to save you time and frustration... His shaft is plug and play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkaddict View Post
    Your probably better off buying a shaft from Addicted.. It'l probably cost you as much to have one made as its going to cost to buy one that you know is proven proper size. Just trying to save you time and frustration... His shaft is plug and play.
    Ditto!

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    I can run a lathe myself.
    thanks

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    done.
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