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    Hey Guys, I'm Resealing my pick up for the first time. I have the pump out and have removed all the screws on the sides. There are 4 Jackscrews, 1 on each corner, and it appears to have 2 up front under the oil pan, do I need to remove these, cause at this point it's not splitting apart
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    I would mark the depth/ threads and note the position on each of those jackscrews in relation to your intake , if you take them out ? that way intake should be set back to same position ? But I aint no pump expert by any means LOL
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    If you're trying to pull the intake from the boat you need to remove all the fasteners from the intake or it wont come loose. Might be hard to do if the engine is still in the boat. Good advice from Gopher about marking the depth of the adjustment screws.

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    Thanks Guys for the help, it makes sense now if the jack screws go into the bottom plate. Thanks Again
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    DONE Thanks Guys
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    Regardless of how close you get to re-setting the intake to your measurements, you'll still want to set it with it's relationship to the bottom. Maybe it's already set up just right, maybe it can use some care, maybe it's not an issue and you just want it to stop leaking, you'll still need to crawl under the boat and check before you putty it up. If you do make changes, maybe the intake's hanging down below the keel for example, your engine mounts won't line up and you'll have to deal with that too.

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