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    Missing the rubber button on the end of the pump/drive shaft

    I pulled my pump on my SL750 apart in order to replace the floating bearing and seals. That part went easy enough the problem is that it's missing the rubber button on the engine end of the shaft.

    I have looked on line but can't seem to find one. It seems to have a lot of end play in the shaft maybe 3/8.

    Can someone suggest where I can order one? Can I run with out it?

    Thanks for any help I can get.

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    In a pinch you can use a flat rubber washer, found in the hardware store plumbing section.

    Flat faucet washer about 2/1 or 5/8 in diameter, look for one about 1/4 thick, maybe a bit more.

    Stick it on the end of the driveshaft with a dab of grease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    In a pinch you can use a flat rubber washer, found in the hardware store plumbing section.

    Flat faucet washer about 2/1 or 5/8 in diameter, look for one about 1/4 thick, maybe a bit more.

    Stick it on the end of the driveshaft with a dab of grease.
    The sea doo ones are the same. My local (Australia) is a former Polaris dealer and now supplies the sea doo ones as a replacement. The part number is 272000019
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    Last edited by bop; 02-22-2020 at 05:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    ..Stick it on the end of the driveshaft with a dab of grease.....
    I recommend silicon, it will stay on for good and you wont need an air compressor to blow it out the coupler..

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    Thanks guys, all good ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bspanovic View Post
    ... won't need an air compressor to blow it out of the coupler..
    Or put the rubber faucet washer on the impeller end of the driveshaft

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