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    Rebuilding a jet pump housing

    I am getting a new pump housing from SBT and I think I need to put the bearings and things in myself. How do I do this? Pics?


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    they normally come with wear ring, bearing, seals and shaft

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    There is a thread on here I read last week where the guy made several You Tube videos showing the process. It was very good info.
    Sorry I don't have a link but a search should show something.

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    Do you remember the title of it at all? I did a search and can't really find anything.

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    How hard should the shaft in the housing be to turn? It was built when I got it but the shaft was a lot harder to turn then the old one. I need the impeller to turn it. Is this ok?

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