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    AFFORDABLE seadoo pump adapters

    I have 2 in stock and ready to ship.

    They use the stock GPR 2" extension that most people already have, to provide 2 of the 3 inches. This results in a huge savings in material cost and weight.

    My adapter with the 2" extension is over 4 lbs lighter than a solid 3" adapter.

    Uses all stock GPR and Sea Doo hardware.

    Can use any of the drive shafts available. I will not be supplying drive shafts or spline adapters. they just don't hold up to heavy use. Contact Ted Thompson.

    $525 shipped in the USA and PR.

    $500 + shipping and PayPal fees international.
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    Ive seen this adapter in person and was completely blown away by how they came out.. The fit and finish is spot on and it did way SIGNIFICANTLY less than my 3 inch adapter. Mike is this something your going to keep in stock?

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    I have 2 in stock now, but keeping them in stock is $$$$

    The more I have made at a time, the faster i can get them. right now it looks like around 3-4 week turnaround if i need more made.

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    ttt

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    Nice job Mike. That should save some weight for sure.

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    Damit Mike I didn't see this! I just looked at philips.
    This sure would make it easy as I wouldn't need to mess with my Flow control valves at all that are in my 2inch spacer. Just install this and re-route water and go as I have teds shaft.

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    Austin, check your pm. . .

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    this part looks nice.

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    So with this adapter I will have to use the seadoo driveshaft straight to the motor?

    Does the seadoo driveshaft fit through the yamaha firewall where the coupler bolts to?

    Which Driveshaft do I have to use, RXT or RXP?

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