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    Gpr H.O. Pump

    Looking to upgrade from my 2003 non high output pump to a high output pump if anyone has one laying around let me know thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Dolla View Post
    Looking to upgrade from my 2002 non high output pump to a high output pump if anyone has one laying around let me know thanks
    Tech Tip for you! Your 2002 GPR requires a Pump shaft that is 2" shorter than any other year pump shafts! You can just get the HO stator housing and rear cone for a HO pump and install your shaft and bearing along with new seals. Tommy Jordan

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    If your going to do the HO pump do the extension too! Pretty sweet upgrade. I did it to my 2001 GPR, it was worth every penny.

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    add a 2" extension with the normal length GPR driveshaft/HO pump... you have the correct intermediate... Im out of HO pumps right now, but have 2" extensions with bolts and cable extensions

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    Gpr H.O. Pump

    Sorry for the confusion guys my current setup is a 2003 pump with the stock +2 extension . So all I will need is the stator and cone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Dolla View Post
    Sorry for the confusion guys my current setup is a 2003 pump with the stock +2 extension . So all I will need is the stator and cone?
    yup... and Dynafly

    you may want to get new bearings and seals if you are going that direction

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    Thanks rich !

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