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    SeaDoo Pump billett driveshafts

    I got 4 driveshafts for putting the SD pump on a GPR.

    -2 are for the 50mm adapter.
    -2 are for the 75mm adapter.

    These are the shafts between your I-shaft and the SD pump. You will need to have the shaft that matches your adapter. If you have bought an adapter in the past, but am using the SD prop-tool, this replaces the driveshaft and adapter.

    $425 each.


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    They are identical to mine.
    The one in the top pic is the modified gpr shaft with a screw on adapter. The bottom one is the billet shaft.

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    Closeup of the pump end.


    Closeup of the drive end.

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    Guys they are extremly nice. I love the quality of mine.


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    What else do you actually need to run the SD pump on the yammi hull when you have this?

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    75mm adapter,
    pump/prop/nozzle assembly, 03 up steering/trim (or 2" extensions on older,) notch rideplate to clear.

    50mm adapter,
    pump/prop/nozzle assembly, 02 older steering only, with 1" extensions, and possibly some rideplate notching

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    3 left.

    -2 are for the 50mm adapter.
    -1 are for the 75mm adapter.

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    which one would the spitty need?

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    Go with the 75mm. We would need to get an adapter.

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