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    Sep 2009
    Richmond Hill, Ontario

    MSX 140 Drive Shaft Removal tool

    I am pulling the motor out of my 2003 MSX 140, and I am wondering where I can locate a drive shaft removal tool for it?

    or is there an easier to find alternative that can be had easily?

    When I pull out the jet pump / drive shaft? Is it necessary to change the jet pump oil (like on a seadoo?)

    Anything else that needs to be replaced while I am in that area?

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    Click avatar for tech links/info, donation request K447's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    near Toronto, Canada
    I need to buy one of those tools too! Keep forgetting to order it

    No oil inside a Polaris jet pump. Bearings are permanently greased. While you have the jet pump off check for smooth rotation and no bearing play. Also check impeller blade clearances to the wear ring.

    I use a small syringe to inject waterproof grease inside the small rubber boors on the steering and reverse cables.

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    Sep 2009
    Jersey Shore
    Just have to custom make it. Old Polaris impeller with a nut welded on it. I'd say its a little bigger than it needs to be but it gets the job done.
    But on another note. You dont need to pull the shaft to remove the motor

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