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    name/part number of this shaft seal?

    So I went to put my 2000 virage pump back together and I noticed this small seal on the shaft that looks like it should be replaced, not sure of the part number and I cant identify it on the pump diagrams.

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    Thats the prop nose cone seal IMO throw it in the trash and do not use one.

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    It is the seal for the impeller nose. It is intended to help keep the grease in the splines and limit how much water washes around in the spline area. The splines are supposed to be greased with waterproof grease.

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    It also helps keep the shaft centered in the impeller. Look on the msx 140 parts diagram. I have bought a bunch of those. They are around 4 bucks a piece. That style only fits the nujet impellers. The skat impellers use a big o ring.

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    I was way off, I found it further up on the shaft near where it goes through the hull. Thought it was part of the thru hull bearing.

    So if I use waterproof grease on the splines, which I was planning on anyway, this seal is unnecessary?

    Thanks guys!

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    I would use it. The drive shaft will rattle a lot without it.

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    I'd rather be safe than sorry, and I guess if polaris put it there its there for a reason. Now to decide if its worth ordering a new one.

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    http://www.bikebandit.com/2000-polar...8405#sch490953

    Can anyone tell me which part it is on this diagram? anyone ever order from this website?

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    Should be Polaris part number 5411644. Find your local dealer and order a few. They are around 5 bucks a piece. I think I have 6 of them in my parts box in case I lose or wreck some.

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    Thanks, going to order a couple.

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