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    Can I run my PWC w/o the driveshaft?

    I'm troubleshooting (another post will come about that) but I'm curious
    if I can safely run the engine (driveway flushing or at the boat ramp)
    without actually having the driveshaft installed?

    Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by thehemi View Post
    I'm troubleshooting (another post will come about that) but I'm curious
    if I can safely run the engine (driveway flushing or at the boat ramp)
    without actually having the driveshaft installed?

    Thanks!
    yes but not on the ramp - it will take on water--
    I have done it many times, that way you dont melt the driveshaft seals..!!!!!
    matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by KEYZBUM View Post
    yes but not on the ramp - it will take on water--
    Oh, good point, the seals would not be there.
    I imagine I would have found out in time...

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