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    missing spacer on shaft

    I am in the process of replacing my pump and impeller on my 99 XL1200Ltd. When I pulled my impeller there was not anything between it and the seals. When I pull up the diagram I see that there is supposed to be a spacer there, see #31 http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....e=13&A=74&B=11 So my question is; can I get by without it or can I substitute something else. If I must have it does anyone have one?


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    The spacer should be used it sets the distance for the impeller as well as protects the seals. some people removed them to create a poormans set-back of the impeller.

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    Bill would you happen to have one?

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    I honestly don't know, it's possible I do, but won't be able to look until tonight.

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