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    Does the driveshaft moves in and out?

    I was taking my imppeller cone and I noticed that the shaft moves in and out. Also it does not go all the way in the impeller. Maybe is like that since you normally dont see it since the cone covers it.
    Any thoughts?


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    It does give a little. you have essentially a axle hooked between two boots they push against each other. Should be in the front of the imp. though.

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    So in other words, the play in and out the driveshaft has is normal.
    I thought there was something wrong with it and the shaft not going all the way in inside the impeller.
    Thanks

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    how much, an inch or less is normal. Mine is about 1/4 inch

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