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    2010 Rxp-x is it still a 12mm allen key for impeller removal?

    Changing my mates wear ring and prop hopefully tomorrow and want to do it on one go but noticed some people have a revised version to my last ski which was an 08 P-x which obviously was the 12mm allen key.
    Before I pull pump and need to go to tool shop what is it I need if its different to my 08?


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    No it's the older style you can put in a vice

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo02xp View Post
    No it's the older style you can put in a vice
    So its same as my 08?Just a 12mm allen key?

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    No there isn't an Allen key. There is a flat spot on the shaft that you either stick in the special Seadoo fixture or just clamp it with a vice

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo02xp View Post
    No there isn't an Allen key. There is a flat spot on the shaft that you either stick in the special Seadoo fixture or just clamp it with a vice
    Sorry my mistake get what you mean now so just clamp it and use impeller removal tool to loosen?

    Ps whats the seadoo fixture tool never saw that before does jerry sell them?

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    I'm sure he can get the tool. It's just a plate of steel with a hole that the pump shaft fits into. I used one once. A vice is nicer because it holds onto the pump. Just use a vice you will be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo02xp View Post
    I'm sure he can get the tool. It's just a plate of steel with a hole that the pump shaft fits into. I used one once. A vice is nicer because it holds onto the pump. Just use a vice you will be fine
    No I intended using a vice just curious what they came up with.Cheers for the info.

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    Baba, you hold the back end (nose cone end) in a vice then using the prop removal tool and a big socket you wind the prop off, kinda in reverse to the old way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    Baba, you hold the back end (nose cone end) in a vice then using the prop removal tool and a big socket you wind the prop off, kinda in reverse to the old way.

    R88
    yeah seems that way why did they change it?

    Ps you still got the gp boat?

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