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    2005 GP1300R taking on water

    I have a 2005 GP1300R that is taking on water at the shaft where it comes the hull can some one tell me what is supposed to keep the water out. All i can fine is a piece of felt packing on the parts diagram. Is this the only thing that keep the water out? Thanks for your help
    . Felt, Packing
    67X-51367-00-00 66V-R1367-00-00

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    There should be an O-ring on the driveshaft close to the splines where it goes into the mid shaft. You have to pull the shaft out to replace if that's the prob

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    i see the 2 o-rings thats what keeps the water out? what is the felt packing for?


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    Packing goes on the shoe, typically is replaced when sealing the pump w a seal kit. It does not keep water out of the hull. O-rings do. If your getting water where the driveshaft enters the hull it's the O-rings.
    Can be a PITA to get the driveshaft out if you ride in salt

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