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    seadoo 4tec 185 drive shaft too short help urgent!!!

    hi guys i have a problem i was out on the ski last week and all was fine until i lost drive??? i went to pull away and nothing? now i have seen the rear mount had gone but not bad so i changed that now i have seen the shaft is over a inch short? it wont go into the impeller as its to short? its not the engine moved as i have tried that and its not the pump so has anyone got any ideas its baffled me i cant see how the shaft can lose length has anyone had this problem could it be the engine side please help!!! thanks


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    Shafts dont get shorter for no reason. the motor moved or you are not getting the pump back on correctly>

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04gtxsc View Post
    Shafts dont get shorter for no reason. the motor moved or you are not getting the pump back on correctly>


    thanks for the reply even if i pull engine right back it doesnt give me the distance i need ?? also when the pump is on and you look underneath the shaft is way too short id say over an inch? could there be any other problems pulling it back? thanks

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