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    Removing Pump? (headaches) !!!!

    why does yamaha use yamabond to seal the pump together??in my opinion its stupid and not neeeded.why not 3 bond 1211 it would be a lot easier to get apart!!!!i had to completely destroy my 2001 pump to get it seperated,,now im having the same problem with this 1300r pump as well,,ive already broke one of the little ears off of the extention,,yamaha didnt really give you much to work with here!! those little ears are very weak and fragile,is there an easier way to get it apart without scaring it all up?


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    Need a pre 2005 pump?

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    Thats strange, mine came right apart with little effort. There was very little sealant that looked more like silicone than sealant. What year is it? Maybe they changed there procedure for that reason?

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    pump

    its a 2003 1300r pump,,when i get it off it will be forsale,,im switching to the 06 pump.im going to try a little heat.

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    pump

    for some reason it popped off very easy today.

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    A little tip for you next time. have about 4 screwdrivers.

    Remove rideplate.
    Insert GENTLY one screwdriver on each tab. Tap them upwards, just enough that they are in there pretty tight. You SHOULD have a little space between the pump mounting ears now. Put the remaining 2 screw drivers in the pump ears and tap them GENTLY until the first 2 screw drivers fall out.

    At this point, go do something else for an hour. Come back and check them. It should pop out with a tad of prying. If not, tap the drivers up a little more, and wait a few more minutes. You should hear the sealer popping.

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    Doesn't make sense. Never heard of Yamabond welding a pump together.

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    Maybe it was the salt water . Here is a few homemade ways I have had to get stuck pumps off before: homemade slidehammer and homemade pullbar.If the pump is stuck bad I pull in 2 places at the same time ,top left bolt hole and bottom right bolt hole.
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    Salt water works a number on all of that stuff believe me. I was just going to change my pump liner and it turned into a major job. Broke two bolt off in the transom and to bits and ease outs off in there also. So a little job turned in to a new transom, pump liner, nozzle, and trim tab inserts... So far, not done yet...All from salt water corrosion

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    If you really want to mimimize salt water damage to your pump parts in the future, try and install a small zinc cathode from a RXP rideplate onto your pump housing...anywhere. It will help drastically.

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