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    95 sl750 pump installation

    I pulled my pump off my sl 750 and shaft stayed in motor when I go to put the pump back on, the shaft moves forward and the teeth are not catching. Is this normal?


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ID:	307449Been trying to get the pump shaft off any tricks to pulling it I found alot of loose fittings at the couplar on the front of the shaft are loose pic on the left. I tried a strap and pulled while while jiggleing it around but not seeing any more movement on the front where I see the teeth that go in the couplar.. help?
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    If the splines are stripped as we suspect, you may really need to put some force into it. If it will spin freely when pushed all the way in, you may need to slowly rotate the shaft while pulling to help it "find" or re-engage with the good splines that are left.....

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    got it out with some some force teeth look pretty bad.

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    I would say it needs replaced, along with the coupler....

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    OK ,, coupler has the teeth for the shaft splines right? Not sure how to get that out but gonna look at my old motor.. to do the switch

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    You will need some rope to fit in the spark plug hole for the PTO cylinder, and a BAW.

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    These are the two types of couplers

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ID:	307619 what is this at the end of crank

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ID:	307620 I should have 2 of these right? 1 for the motor side and 1 for the inpeller right?

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