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    That my pump was rebuilt with less than 60 hours on it. I think it's missing a part. Take a look for me and let me know if it is..Click image for larger version. 

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    Plus how fast can I push this 21 foot Tahiti hual?
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    What are you concerned about? There is not much to see from the pic of the bowl exit side. More pics and we can help ya determine the condition of the pump

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    Is it missing a cap over the end of the shaft to seal it?


    Like part 11..Click image for larger version. 

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    It is there the piece with the slot in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by echobayjames View Post
    It is there the piece with the slot in it
    Ok thanks. Never had one apart yet so thought the center hole should be sealed.

    So is it missing what is called the bowl end cap???
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    That is the cap

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    Quote Originally Posted by echobayjames View Post
    That is the cap
    Ok I must not be looking at the diagram and my pump right. The diagram makes it look like the hole in the center of the bowl should have a threaded plug in it. Guess I need to see one broken down to see it right.. Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarylP View Post
    Ok I must not be looking at the diagram and my pump right. The diagram makes it look like the hole in the center of the bowl should have a threaded plug in it. Guess I need to see one broken down to see it right.. Thanks for the info.
    Daryl that large slotted plug unscrews , to reveal the "south end' of the pump shaft bore and to retain the bowl oil , all looks normal from you picture , there are several variations of that "plug" some are actually plastic and some other mfg's use a special plug with a grease zerk to lube , older Dominator bowels have no provisions for a plug at all and used water to lubricate the tail shaft relax your fine Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Daryl that large slotted plug unscrews , to reveal the "south end' of the pump shaft bore and to retain the bowl oil , all looks normal from you picture , there are several variations of that "plug" some are actually plastic and some other mfg's use a special plug with a grease zerk to lube , older Dominator bowels have no provisions for a plug at all and used water to lubricate the tail shaft relax your fine Tom


    Ok Thanks lol

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