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    Prop and Driveshaft won't come out.

    Recently after changing my pump my mechanics some how managed to stick the shaft and it it wont come out. I hooked up a ratchet and for nothing it would even budge. I left it over night and it still didn't budge. Can anyone help my get out this shaft. I removed the pump and still won't come out.


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    Slide hammer??

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1200 stx-r View Post
    Slide hammer??
    Care to explain a little.

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    A setup that incorperates a bracket or threaded end / hook and other end has a weighted item/ cylinder to create a hammering/ pulling force when an actual hammer cant be used. Google slidehammer images. U will get the idea

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    if its the typical oem pump and shaft? the whole pump wont remove? the splines on the end of the shaft have been damaged. It is a very tight fit regaurdless the softness of the shaft. If its ever difficult to install dont force it, clean up the splines on the shaft and try again. good luck

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    He has to get it out....

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    I'm confused. You pulled the pump, but the shaft wont come out? The shaft comes out with the pump, unless it is a pump setup with a floating drive shaft.
    If I have sealed the pump or liner in place, I use a pry bar to pry it out. Leverage is your friend. Just wedge the pry bar beween the ride plate ridge and the back side of the pump and pry it out.
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    I'm hearing the horror stories already and since my domain is the Bermuda Triangle I guess I'm gonna contribute to Jerry's retirement fund and take his offer on 40% off the Greenhulk pump

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    Im assuming your talking about the 10% discount not a 40% discount. If that was the case i would have bought one already

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    No 40% I'm famous here LMFAOmaybe

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