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    Pumpshoe/transom plate install(sticky)

    Is there a sticky on how to properly install the gpr pumpshoe and transom plate? i have searched and searched but cant find it.it need to be a sticky in the (how to faqs)im going to re do both of mine just for good measure.
    i cant find cajundudes!


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    O.K. i just saw somthing im not using,,,is everyone using the plug kit that goes in the bottom of the shoe? the one the rear of the intake grate bolts up to.
    also i found air gaps on the side of the pump shoe.are those supposed to be there? i think NOT!!!!!
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    If your not doing something, its hard to screw up. stlouisramsfan's Avatar
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    Pump plug kit is a must for the gpr/xlt platform... Best bang for the buck that I have experienced with my XLL

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    I thought i had the complete plug kit in,but some how i dont.

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    this season I pulled out my PPK's and poured in resin. The resin is a complete seal that will NEVER dislodge or allow corrosion to get behind the rubber of the pump plug kit. I used west systems resin 105 plus 206 hardener. For a single pump you could get away with their 32oz kit easily under the cost of a PPK.


    just my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJE View Post
    this season I pulled out my PPK's and poured in resin. The resin is a complete seal that will NEVER dislodge or allow corrosion to get behind the rubber of the pump plug kit. I used west systems resin 105 plus 206 hardener. For a single pump you could get away with their 32oz kit easily under the cost of a PPK.


    just my 2 cents.
    Thanks ,
    i`ll keep that in mind,,ive got the hole ppk kit except for that part,,i cant remember why i didnt put it in,,seems like it was to help relieve preasure.i dunno thanks jeff

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