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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-13-2008, 03:39 AM Thread Starter
 
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ISO, WANTED, NEEDED!!!! Impeller shaft and bearings and seals....

If anyone has a motor that they trashed for parts I'm looking for some seals and bearings, and maybe a impeller shaft. Pics has everything, tell me if you think i should replace the shaft.

Thanks anyone. email me a price quote if you got any of these in working shape. [email protected] I can pay with paypal...

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-13-2008, 12:00 PM
 
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i see nothing that would not be consistant with a used shaft
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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-13-2008, 02:55 PM Thread Starter
 
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In case any one was wondering the cost of these parts new is $55. I have a good looking side cover and some brakes with pads I'd be willing to sell/trade for these parts.

I don't know if your dealer has this but the one by me has a online order form where you can see parts diagrams and then the ridiculous prices that Kawi has in store for you....

www scottpowersports com/fiche_select.asp

(It won't let me post the link cause i'm a newbie)
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in case you want to just look up parts, you can also go online with kawa.com and find the same, also to ron ayers and look them up and also purchase parts from them.
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post #5 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-18-2008, 08:42 PM
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The mechanical seal should be replaced with a new one, not used. This is the only thing that keeps the coolant and engine oil from mixing within the oil/water pump assembly. Any nicks or dents incurred during removal and reinstallation only weakens the ability of the seal to keep the coolant and oil from crossing over and mixing.

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The mechanical seal should be replaced with a new one, not used. This is the only thing that keeps the coolant and engine oil from mixing within the oil/water pump assembly. Any nicks or dents incurred during removal and reinstallation only weakens the ability of the seal to keep the coolant and oil from crossing over and mixing.
Yeah I just bought all new parts cost about 60 bucks. nuts.... But i'm doing a restore, and I might as well do it offical.
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Be careful putting the seal back in - it can be a bear to get seated right. Take your time, though, and you'll be fine.

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I agree with SkyRider regarding replacing seals and bearings with new.
If you replace with used you have no way of knowing what the life expectency is. Do you really want to go through a replacement in say 2,000 miles?
I see you did go with the new parts so you should be good ta go now!

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