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    Delrin stainless liner....

    Looks very cheap in comparison to the other stainless liners out there.

    Has anyone tried one?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/SeaDoo-Spark...841c1e&vxp=mtr


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    I use delrin bushings on all my snowmobiles. If it is the same company I would guess it to be a quality product. It's good to have options.

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    Interesting

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    I don't see why you'd want to. All that is is a thin s.s. liner inside a plastic wear ring (probably oem cut and sleeved ). I'd be worried if you suck ed anything in it would split the liner. Imo you don't get the strength of a true so ring or the forgiveness of a plastic ring

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    no way it is a modified oem part-- that would destroy their profit margin. Insert molded aftermarket all the way, most likely using a high percentage of regrind-- look at the color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    no way it is a modified oem part-- that would destroy their profit margin. Insert molded aftermarket all the way, most likely using a high percentage of regrind-- look at the color.
    Complete junk, installed one and the same day it came apart and it damaged the jet pump veins, hull surface the ring faces on, and the blades of a new Solas prop were damaged. Please do not buy it, go with the real deal.

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    I don't see why you'd want to. All that is is a thin s.s. liner inside a plastic wear ring (probably oem cut and sleeved ). I'd be worried if you suck ed anything in it would split the liner. Imo you don't get the strength of a true so ring or the forgiveness of a plastic ring

    Exactly what happened

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    i guess the ol' addage you get what you pay for has come to fruition in this case

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    Shouldnt the wear ring have the stainless on the outside and the plastic on the inside so it doesnt trash your expensive impellar?

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