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    Pushing the Prop Nose Cone over Rubber Bushing?

    Ok. This was the first time I pulled a 4-Tec pump. Everything went well. Shaft lined up fine. My plan was to insert the shaft in the rubber boot and then pursuade the plastic nose cone through the intake grate back over the rubber boot for a tight fit. Not the easiest thing to do through the ride plate.

    How does everyone do this. Make up the cone over the boot and shove the pump over the assembly?


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    I'm not sure if I understand what your saying, but the nose cone goes on before you slide the impeller and housing over the drive shaft. Then I tighten all that down and then put on the reverse/nozzle assemble.

    Here is a link, if that helps.

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....=13&A=140&B=14

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    That is what I meant. Must be a senior moment. For some strange reason I had it stuck in my head it had to go on afterward. That was impossible. Maybe it is the beer during the jet ski mechanic work .

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