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    Replacement Pump Housing

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    I ordered an OEM pump housing for my 08 PX and received whats in the attached photos,,,,somebody please tell me what this fits! The OEM (original) was manufactured out of all aluminum and this is all plastic. Not gonna work with the pump relief system I have installed! HELP!!!!!!


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    no pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturm215 View Post
    no pics?
    Sorry got ahead of myself!

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    looks like a 185hp, GTX housing

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    That is NOT gonna work, this pump housing is for a 155hp ski. They are made of plastic. If you noticed it has screws to hold wear ring into place as opposed to yours that is press fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturm215 View Post
    That's what I thought! I'm looking in my 2008 shop manual and it shows pics all over of that exact pump housing (Plastic). Somebody has the answer to this one I'm certain and can help me out before I contact the vendor and sound like a complete idiot.

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    That is the same design as the old plastic housing that Seadoo used for skis that use a 155mm pump. Put a 159mm wear ring in it if you want to use it.

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    Thanks JFizzle, this will not work for me due to the relief I need to cut in it for the pump pressure relief, the two lower mounting flanges have reinforcement runners on them that would need to be cut a bit thus reducing the strength on the two lower flanges. Looks like the force of the pump pressure would then place enough pressure to cause it to flex. Hopefully I can get this swapped out for the right one......DAMN SOME ROCKS IN THE PUMP!!!!

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    Update: This is the new pump housing (part #267000417) that has superceded the old housing (part #267000084). The new housing will work fine for most applications but I would be afraid of removing too much material on the two lower mounting tabs for the PPR systems like mine. I think this would weaken the tabs due to the design.

    I was finally able to locate a new (original aluminum) housing in Texas today.

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