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    Extended Jet Pump Bolts (set of 4)

    Hey Gang,
    I'm in need of a good set (all four)... of the long pump bolts for an extended pump setup.

    For a strange reason... the bolts used on my Rio were not stock... and 3 broke off when I pulled the pump.

    Let me know if you have a set you can sell me.

    Cheers!


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    They are stock...to the boat. Sun n' Sea did not use polaris bolts and they are very likley to snap upon removal (thinner shanks).

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    I have three left.....OEM polaris..they break like toothpicks, typically wher the threading starts on the shank. Luckily for my last polaris pump customer, there was enough left on the remans to get a stud puller on it and then with a bottle of propane and a few offering to Posedion, it came out without trashin the pump shoe. They went back in with more anitseize then I've used in the last year.

    FYI.they are $28 new OEM.(each)

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    Ha... no kidding. Well, that's good to know those weak bolts were stock on the Rio. I was stumped because my pump is in really nice shape, very little wear, smooth bearings, etc... so I wanted to believe the pump had never been messed with. But the non-metric, thin shank, crappy bolts had me wondering.

    So then I should be able to direct replace those bolts with the better Polaris ones, right? After I get the 3 broken off ones out of the pump base.

    Cheers!

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    Yes, the shoe looks to be a stock polaris part, like everything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    I have three left.....OEM polaris..they break like toothpicks, typically wher the threading starts on the shank. Luckily for my last polaris pump customer, there was enough left on the remans to get a stud puller on it and then with a bottle of propane and a few offering to Posedion, it came out without trashin the pump shoe. They went back in with more anitseize then I've used in the last year.

    FYI.they are $28 new OEM.(each)
    Randy at weberpower.com sells them for 6 or 7 bucks a piece new

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    Couldn't find the bolts listed at the site, but there sure was lots of mouth watering goodies.

    I'm sure the bolts can be had somewhere, perhaps large orders only..so good to know next time I have to get into a Polaris pump I don't have to sweat it dealing with the old bolts. I was plenty nervous during installation that one of the bolts I heated with a propane torch was going to have its revenge and really ruin my day.

    Mind you I've never seen a weber Polaris..but it sure looks sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    Couldn't find the bolts listed at the site ...
    From this web page;

    Note: All Weber brand jet pumps appear to be non-extended, so there is no extension ring or other equivalent 'long pump' parts
    The Weber part number for the jet pump bolt is 103480 (page 7 in PDF), but I don't think this bolt is as long as the very long bolts used on the extended Polaris jet pumps.

    WeberGeneric(akaPolaris)Jetpumppartsmanual

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    Sorry. It looks like I didn't save them.. Blows. All four were good. I'd have given them to you

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    Thanks gang!

    Fellow GH'er sold me some cheap. I'm good to go now!

    (do we mark classified ads sold or bought in some way to remove them from active?)

    Cheers!

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