Thread: Wear rings
01-12-2006, 05:29 PM #1
Any suggestions on wear rings? Looking for alternatives to stock, how much and where to get them.
01-12-2006, 05:36 PM #2
you can do a stainless steal wear ring with a bearing mod.... skat-trak does it reasonably priced. your choice of SS sleeve over the plastic, or solid SS ring...
01-12-2006, 05:37 PM #3
Prices for all the modifications are as followed:
Modify your pump to a tripple bearing design $378.12
(This includes a billet pump cone)
To add a stainless steel wear ring costs $243
(Skat can do this with either a solid piece of stainless, or stainless over delrin)
Skat can modify your stock venturi to accomodate different sized
nozzles. The cost for this is $225 and includes 3 different sized nozzles.
If you want Skat to supply the venturi nozzle add $101 to the cost.
Skat -Trak 4 blade props are priced at $275
10/21 pitch for the RXP
13/17 pitch for the RXT
They can also do custom pitch’s (call for info)
Skat Trak can be contacted at 800-969-7528
Glen Perry’s email address is email@example.com
01-12-2006, 06:07 PM #4
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if you can give us a little more info on your ski, riding habits and such, we can better help you. I personnally am going with stainless bc I don`t want to change it every 20-30hrs...PR...
01-12-2006, 08:45 PM #5
Sorry for the delay. I have two '03 GTXSC with about 50 hours on each. We cruise on the river and doo some wake jumping at the lake. Looking at a Solas 12/20 to replace a rock damaged stock impeller. I agree with Pale Rider about SS. Will the SS ring work in a plastic 03 pump?
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