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    Water in Hull; Virage 2004

    Dear friends I know, there are many maintance results in the forum,
    I need to know what is the size for proper change of bearing and stator units in metric
    It will more cost to me to change with orignal parts;
    need to know the correct sizes to change not to get water on hull
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    Click the link in my signature for all the info you need.

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    See the Jet Pump section from my signature links. The exact bearing and seal sizes should be in there.

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    Thanks all )
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    I just wonder about this part from the given link;

    Seals: Original Polaris part number 3610043
    (2 req'd) Replacements: SKF part number 11656 (this may not be the correct part number)


    My question is ; is it the part number (above) of the seal will prevent water from the hull?
    If that's it what is the correct part number of SKF or NSK ???

    If not ; what is the correct sealing seal part number of SKF ?

    Thanks

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    usually once the seals start leaking water thru the seal carrier the driveshaft is toast.the bushings inside have run without grease to the point the shaft is damaged.

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    yes, I think of it, and greased every 10 hours with white marine one; maybe too much grease made pressure to rings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kory70 View Post
    yes, I think of it, and greased every 10 hours with white marine one; maybe too much grease made pressure to rings?
    White grease? Is that a lithium based marine grease, or something else?

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    Thats Lubrimar white marine grease.
    "Water repellent protective white grease. Specially formulated for all mechanical parts which need protection and lubrication."

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