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    Yamha HO Pump

    I have a HO pump duct With seals and bearings from a 2007 FX HO that I was going to put on my 1300R but am selling the ski so getting rid of the pump as well. The FX it was from had only 27 hours on it when it was pulled. I have had it but never used it obviously. Getting rid of it. Pics included. $225 shipped. Thanks!

    SKU: 6B6-51315-01-94
    DUCT, IMPELLER (same number as 06-08 GPR)
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    There $217 new.. and you need to change the bearings and seals to use it on a GPR.

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    really??? stupid. The duct itself is $217 new...well suppose I can't sell it at then. Open to offers!!!

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    What length is the drive shaft from the seals to the end of the splines? If it is short and has threads VS splines the pump is originally from a VX 110.

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    I'm just gonna take out the seals and bearings and sell the duct and cone. Other wise its going in the dump because I no use for it now. Waste of money but s*** happens.

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    sorry...garbage now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codemanrose View Post
    sorry...garbage now.
    Why throw it out? Give it away before you do that

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    took bearings out...small crack in center of stator duct. Small sand particles in it.

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    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...73#post1649273

    There is the picture and info on the situation.

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