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    Hello to all, as you can and remove the pump rotor dell'aquaquando install open loop? you can also delete the two seals of the impeller driveshaft half to build a plug to close the gap of the two seals? also must close the small hole on the right side on PTO cover. Hello everyone


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    Quote Originally Posted by samui View Post
    hello to all, as you can and remove the pump rotor dell'aquaquando install open loop? You can also delete the two seals of the impeller driveshaft half to build a plug to close the gap of the two seals? Also must close the small hole on the right side on pto cover. Hello everyone
    what tha frick ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ did he say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnielsen View Post
    what tha frick ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ did he say?
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    He wants to know if he can remove the water pump impeller when installing the Riva open loop cooling kit and also build a plug to remove the seal. I spoke to him via email earlier today

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    You guys are a bunch of rookies. LOL

    Leave the impeller in. No need to remove it for open loop.


    Damn, Jerry snuck one in. lol

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    cheater!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    You guys are a bunch of rookies. LOL

    Leave the impeller in. No need to remove it for open loop.

    I left mine in. The kit pretty much rocks. Have seen zero issues except the mainfold return to the oil cooler in hose which I routed to close the the carbon ring retainer.

    I have since fixed this.
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    In what lang. was that ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    In what lang. was that ???
    He's Italian

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