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    oil pumps ?

    hey guys whats the limit on replacing oil pumps as far as nicks and small grooves in the covers ? i spun #3 rod bearing ive got a new crank but tired of dumping money into it. also whats the deal with the sbt bearings i called them and they said they are p9000 certified what ever that means. i know the stockers are good as they are clevite bearings but expensive.


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    Post up some pictures for us

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    Those pumps are pretty tough. Just use common sense logic.

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    toast, needs new one. Probably why the bearing failed. Lack of oil pressure

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    +1 they are trashed.

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    WOW

    Is it me or is this pump jacked up?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Seadoo-GTX-G...8cb077&vxp=mtr

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    Mine looked worse than that. I just replaced mine with my rebuild. I'll post some pics of mine tomorrow

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    yeah i bit the bullet and bought new pumps and covers and all new bearings doesnt take much to f the oil pumps up ive got a box full of them now.

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    Here's what my front pump shaft looked like. I used the factory covers and screens and just cleaned them up

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