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    slt 780 jet pump bolts

    looking for 3 long jet pump bolts.
    my slt came with one original and one makeshift

    any out there?
    Im In Ontario...
    cheers
    T

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    What length bolts do you need?

    I have one last set of four long jet pump bolts. They are all 10.5 inches long, end to end.



    Polaris used a couple of different length ‘long’ bolts on the extended jet pumps, depending on the pump wedge thickness (and maybe some other factors I have forgotten). Do not assume all ‘long’ jet pump bolts are the same exact length.

    I also have one ‘short’ jet pump bolt.
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    Yes mine are 10 1/2" long also. excluding the bolt head. I would def take that set you have

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    I just noticed there were 3 washers on the end of the bolt, how short are the shorter ones?

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    bolt is 10 .5 without head and has 3 washers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarmop View Post
    bolt is 10.5” without head and has 3 washers
    I suggest measuring how long the bolts need to be.

    Thread the bolt without any washers into the assembled jet pump, with all the pump sections pressed together firmly by hand. Only turn the bolt in a thread or two, then measure how much gap there is between the underside of the bolt head and the metal surface where the bolt head would hold the pump nozzle.

    Do this for one upper bolt hole and one lower bolt hole on the jet pump base. Make sure the pump wedge is in place.

    From that you can work out how much thread engagement you need into the pump base and how long the bolts need to be.

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    Will do.
    how long are the shorter bolts you have?
    i can always take 1/2 inch off the long ones off need be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarmop View Post
    ... how long are the shorter bolts you have? ...
    5.5 inches.
    They are for a non-extended ‘short’ jet pump.

    Turns out I also have four of those short bolts.


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    Def won’t be the short ones then.
    I’ll buy your 10” ones pls
    pm me and we can work it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarmop View Post
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    I’ll buy your 10” ones pls
    pm me and we can work it out
    OK, but you should also add your location to your profile. Top right corner of web site, click My Profile.

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