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    Removal jet drive off my 1995 seadoo xp

    I have worked on most seadoo doing replace wear ring and regrease. Never happened before until I check my 1995 xp and noticed the grate broke off and gone so had me worried what if got in and damaged the impeller I took whole jet drive off and this the shaft came out with impeller just like Polaris. I tried to get shaft off but won't even get out is it sound not too good? or I did not pull hard enough? (the impeller spin smooth and that xp engine is out if you ask)
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    splines are likely rusted, get going with the wd-40 and pb blaster inject into the joint between the shaft and prop. LIGHT applications of heat may help a little , but will melt the seal..which has to be replaced most likley. don't go hurting yourself trying to pull this shaft out. I nearly lost an eye back in the day pulling an axel out of a motorcycle hub..it was _that_ close.

    lock the driveshaft up in your bench vise(wooden scuff blocks please), put a 2x6 across the pump and then beat on the 2x6 with a hammer alternate location of beatage every bunch of swings in a 120 degree pattern

    assure a soft landing for the pump in case it happens to pop off. old tarps and a cardboard box should do it.

    safety glasses of course.

    should be able to get it off in under an hour worst case

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    splines are likely rusted, get going with the wd-40 and pb blaster inject into the joint between the shaft and prop. LIGHT applications of heat may help a little , but will melt the seal..which has to be replaced most likley. don't go hurting yourself trying to pull this shaft out. I nearly lost an eye back in the day pulling an axel out of a motorcycle hub..it was _that_ close.

    lock the driveshaft up in your bench vise(wooden scuff blocks please), put a 2x6 across the pump and then beat on the 2x6 with a hammer alternate location of beatage every bunch of swings in a 120 degree pattern

    assure a soft landing for the pump in case it happens to pop off. old tarps and a cardboard box should do it.

    safety glasses of course.

    should be able to get it off in under an hour worst case
    Thanks for the tip and I will use pb blaster and try get it off this afternoon.

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    Finally got it off took me two days and yes very rusted and lucky my friend hook me up with his spare oem parts from his 95 xp that he replace with aftermarket upgrade.

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    Question is what kind oil do I use in the impler? The one that I got from my friend the oil have been drained out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seakid View Post
    Question is what kind oil do I use in the impler? The one that I got from my friend the oil have been drained out.
    jet pump oil..google it. Most of the time just searching the forum will give you an answer

    always a good idea to pull a pump every year or two to grease the splines that go into the prop and hit the grease fitting ( one or two shots at most)on the pto coupler at the other end. avoids headaches like these.

    congrats on getting the driveshaft out. check around the floor to make sure you don't find a little rubber bumper which may have fallen out during the work

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    The rubber bumper stuck inside the impller. The one I got fron my friend have that rubber still on the end. Dose that end of shaft into impller only one to have rubber how about other end that go in clutch?

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