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    latest engine alignment tool part numbers

    Hi guys, does anyone know the part numbers for the fitting that goes into the through hull and the part that bolts to the alluminium plate, its like a suspension bush
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    See post #10 for tools and part numbers for pumps that mount to the ride plate.

    You need to specify year and model of your ski!

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=187908

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    i just need the through hull adapter 529036193
    and the part in the first pic that bolts to the alignment plate, with the brass insert

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    Quote Originally Posted by winterstick View Post
    i just need the through hull adapter 529036193
    and the part in the first pic that bolts to the alignment plate, with the brass insert
    That comes with the fixture from OEM, it is not a separate part number as far as I know.......

    What is the year and model?

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    all models, i already have the alluminium plate that bolts to the ride plate, i used to use the adapter off the early plate kit, but i want to update what i already have, unless someone knows how thick it is.
    this is what i have for the ride plate mounted pumps
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    In the engine section of the shop manual, the table of contents lists all the tool part numbers required for that year and model. That is why it is important to know because there have been numerous changes from 2008 prior, 2009-2011, then 2012-2013.

    My fixture is loaned out so I can't look at the back of that part to see if there is a part number on it. PM Glade Rider and ask him to check for you, he just got the same fixture.

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    I can look tonight unless someone beats me to it.

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    Thanks

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    Sorry, NO numbers at all on the adapter. It looks like a brass bushing in a flexable /rubber grommet
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    ok, looks like i have to make one to suit mine, can anyone get the measurement from the flat plate it bolts to, to the outer edge of the brass bush

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