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    seadoo pump question

    I have a bit of an oddball seadoo pump now.

    I am working on a 2000 seadoo rx. I used up using a older brass pump. The two bearings are the same and the thrust washer same also. But the shaft and thrust bearings are different.

    I can install the newer shaft and thrust bearing into the pump and turns perfect. But the thrust bearing is thicker then the one its made for. The result is the impeller wont screw all the way down.

    I want to just finish this project. Can I just use a shim to get the correct impeller clearance?
    Then I am unsure if this will mess with the cone and anti rattle system.

    Can anyone here tell me that will work perfectly? Or do I just need to buy a new shaft and thrust bearings? Then again I'm not sure if I need a new pump cone and anti rattle from the older brass pump.

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    I just figured it all out. The shaft wont work because it will not let the pump cone bolt on right. So I need the correct shaft and bearings. But the cones are interchanable between the pumps.

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