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  1. #1

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    Mt carroll, IL

    reinstalling jet pump

    When bolting it back in do i need to use any sillicone? It looks as if they use some grey stuff originally.1996 sl900

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    skigolfnut's Avatar
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    Jun 2009
    League City TX
    if you are talking about just the jet pump being bolted together I use a non hardening locktite on the threads, but if you are talking about. the pump assemble bolted to the ski you have to use some polyurethane epoxy in a tube, like sika flex, or 5200 from dow, It has to make a good seal to keep from cavatating,

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    Click avatar for tech links/info, donation request K447's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    near Toronto, Canada
    The Pump base is sealed to the hull, then the rest of the pump body gets bolted to the base with those four long BOLTS.

    Normally you don't remove/unglue the pump base from the hull, unless it was damaged.

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    Mt carroll, IL
    well i had to because im swapping it to a different hull

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