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    Just replaced my plastic steering nuts...easy

    I already have the pump removed to replace my wear ring following these instructions...

    then simply slipped off the rubber grommets, unscrewed the plastic nuts, unscrewed the end pieces, slipped them off the cables and slipped on the new aluminum ones. Screwed them back in snugly, slid the rubber grommets back into position over the cable...done.

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    Do you need any special tools to remove the pump? I know you need the impeller tool to do the wear ring.

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    No special tools needed, took maybe 15 minutes tops, I did find the shop which previously replaced the wear had stripped out an Allen head bolt and left off one of the washers...I swear, on any repair or maintenance I'm doing it all myself if even remotely possible.

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    The pictures made it super easy.

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