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    Overlord in training ryan*9's Avatar
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    how to remove the wear ring??

    is there a easy way to do this?
    what are this steps?


    i have no idea if it would work on older stuff (96 spx) but i tried the freezer and it didnt move..


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    Quote Originally Posted by peteshauling View Post
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    I TRIED the feezer. did move at all...

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    I'm kind of a big deal SeanCucf's Avatar
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    you may have to remove the impeller and cut the old one out.

    edit: don't cut the pump housing though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanCucf View Post
    you may have to remove the impeller and cut the old one out.

    edit: don't cut the pump housing though!
    shit not what i wanted to hear.. okay thanks

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    depends on what you are riding... if its the same for all machines the steps are as follows.

    1. remove the pump housing, 4 bolts,
    - two factory bilges lines(clear) that are inside in the back
    - one water in that goes to the head (black)
    2 . remove the grey PTO cover
    3. there is a metal looking flange that goes over the driveshaft infront of the wear ring. its kinda tough to pull back if the seals are still good. pullit back towards that back of the ski.
    4. this will expose a rubber o-ring that is on the drive shaft in a grove. push it forward to release the metal looking flange
    5. remove the drive shaft.
    good luck

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    you don't need to remove the driveshaft to get the wear ring out. pull the pump off, take the impellor out. either cut the wear ring or use a screw driver from the opposite side and hammer it out. a couple of hits on one side, then a couple of hits on the other. it should work its way out.

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    flyin' the friendly skies airbornexp's Avatar
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    my bad...thought that you were talking about the carbon wear ring. n/m

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayZ View Post
    you don't need to remove the driveshaft to get the wear ring out. pull the pump off, take the impellor out. either cut the wear ring or use a screw driver from the opposite side and hammer it out. a couple of hits on one side, then a couple of hits on the other. it should work its way out.
    wow mine must be in there good cause that sure wasnt working eithher

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    Just cut the ring with a sawzall, scroll saw, or any type of reciprocating saw (even a hacksaw)... get a screwdriver in there and bend it out.

    Bryan

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