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    Gpr Pump Onto Xlt?

    WILL A 2000 GP1200R PUMP ASSY. WITH SHAFT FIT INTO A 2001 XLT1200? I HAVE A GPR WITH A 12VINE MAGNUM PUMP 48MM, AND I WANT TO PUT IT ON MY XLT FOR NOW ANTIL I GET MY REPLACEMENT WEAR RING.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cmherrera View Post
    WILL A 2000 GP1200R PUMP ASSY. WITH SHAFT FIT INTO A 2001 XLT1200? I HAVE A GPR WITH A 12VINE MAGNUM PUMP 48MM, AND I WANT TO PUT IT ON MY XLT FOR NOW ANTIL I GET MY REPLACEMENT WEAR RING.
    Yep the pump will bolt right up no issues same pump and shaft. The outlet nozzles are different, so use the one from the xlt on the xlt. It has the brackets for reverse bucket tapped and is a three degree nozzle. The GPR outlet nozzle brackect is not tapped and is set at 5 degree angle.

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    What Makes The Pump A Set Back. The Gpr Has A Longer Shaft? Is There A Spacer?I HAVE BOTH PUMP SIDE BY SIDE, AND THE GPR IS 2" LONGER.
    Last edited by cmherrera; 12-22-2007 at 01:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmherrera View Post
    What Makes The Pump A Set Back. The Gpr Has A Longer Shaft? Is There A Spacer?I HAVE BOTH PUMP SIDE BY SIDE, AND THE GPR IS 2" LONGER.

    Post up some pictures it will be easier to help once I see what you have.

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    CM have not heard back yet. The shafts for those year skis are identical in length even in a Skat pump. The set-back that Skat does pushes the impeller back in the stator section. Skat has a different shaft for this type of set-up. The shafts should measure the same from the front face of the stator to the end of the spline. I have used my GPR pump in my SUV and the SUV has Identical set-up as the XLT so I know they interchange. My Skat set-back bolts right in to my GPR.

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    Sorry, I Will Post Some Pictures Later. I Did Try To See If It Will Fit Sunday, But It Was Bottoming Out With A 2" Gap. I Could Swap Shafts. Part #'s Are Different.

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    I looked it up and you are right about shaft lengths being different. They changed the XLT in 01 to the 2" shorter shaft same shaft they used in the 02 gpr. 99-00 used the longer shaft. You can swap em out but it is some work, use the manual to get proper length settings when you press the shaft in. Sorry for the mis info earlier.

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    The XLL and GPR shafts are them same. XLT is shorter as you noted Oside.

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