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    06 pump conversion?

    when putting the 05 or 06 pump in a 2001 gpr, what all do i have to change?
    please list everything if possible.thanks jeff


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    2005 Pump

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    Well,
    sort of.
    You can use your old driveshaft unless you are doing a 2" spacer like the new pumps. It really depends on what you are trying to accomplish. If you are JUST doing the pump, then just get the pump, cone, oring, and I'd suggest replacing bearings and seals.

    2" spacer is a whole new ball game.

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    Bump for this thread..

    Ok so if i was wanting to go with the 05 h.o. pump i'd just stick it in there more or less..

    what's to be had performance wise with the 2" extension..?? on my 2002 with pipes.??

    Now for the big question..... could the 2002 drive shaft be extended somehow.?
    say by something like, Cut it up near the coupler end.. then drill and tap it Rh or Lh thread on the ends, don't know which way it turns (sorry)
    Then insert a 2" threaded piece of similar/same stock with corresponding threads into the shaft..??

    Gerry

    IS it doable or an engineering nightmare..??

    IF it is then the shaft could be put back again if needed.. by just using a threaded piece..??

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    A new driveshaft is $158 through boats.net for what you need....
    66V-45511-00-00 SHAFT, DRIVE $202.18 $157.46

    Which way do YOU think will be cheaper?

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    Thanks Mark...

    didn't realize thats ALL they cost... I KNOW what'll be "cheaper"

    i thought i read somewhere, maybe on here..?? that a new shaft cost like $500+..

    NOW.. i've got an extended steering nozzle does this do a similar thing..??

    or am i way of the mark again..

    whats to be had by adding this 05 pump in mph, V's hookup, V's sticking with what i have..??

    cheers Gerry...

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    The pump and prop will give you mph.

    The extended 2" pump will give you hookup.

    You can do either or both.

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