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    Make Yamaha impeller removal 50% easier

    Hat's off to R&D for coming up with this brilliant new product

    Now available for immediate shipping!




    The R&D “Dual Washer” Impeller Spacer Kit for Yamaha replaces the O.E.M. single seal washer with a specifically designed and machined kit that incorporates a second low friction slip washer to be used which allows impellers to be removed with 50 percent less torque during the impellor removal process! Tired of Impellers that are so galled up that impellers have to be machined or cut off? Tired of broken impeller tools and broken vises? Install the R&D low friction “Dual Washer” Kit and impeller removal will be super easy when making impeller changes. Many SVHO owners have had these issues and have had to cut up and throw away impellers and repair damaged threads. The R&D Kit puts to end all the expensive repairs and downtime with these issues. The R&D “Dual Washer” Kit fits all Yamaha models both supercharged and N.A. from 2008 and up!


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    great idea!!!!

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    Nice! Should save a lot of frustration, broken vices, and swearing

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    Wow!!!! Removing a Yamaha impeller may be the most frustrating thing I have ever done on a PWC. I bet a ton of these will be sold. Actually this should be a stock part on now skis....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Matrix View Post
    Wow!!!! Removing a Yamaha impeller may be the most frustrating thing I have ever done on a PWC. I bet a ton of these will be sold. Actually this should be a stock part on now skis....
    I agree! This was a brilliant idea!

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    I'll have to pick one up the next time I have the pump apart.

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    Ive been pulling em for over 10 years now....I cut off maybe one...repaired about 1000....what am I missing??

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    Wow, I wish I had this on now. Currently many long time techs ... the best in the business can not remove my current prop. Several have tried ... broke many a tool. I have no choice but to put prop back in ski ... complete the season then bite the bullet and cut the prop off after my race is run. We have tried heat, vibration, major jumping up on long handle wrenches ... and every trick known, but to no avail. When I put the new prop on @ this season's end ... I will install this new washer tip. O' by the way if any of you have ideas send my way. More than likely we have tried them .... but you never know.

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    Before you cut it send it to jim. He has the hydraulic bottle jack tool. Might be worth the money for shipping to pay him a couple of bucks to pull it off.

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