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    Ummm would you call this steering nozzle play or,play at the pin angle? Fwiw(if you couldn't tell) the marker line was flush before I lifted the end of the pump up by hand. How tight should that be there, if I had to guess I'd say I'm moving it up between an 1/8" and 1/4".
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    FWIW i assembled mine last night, and it has very little if any movment, what droop are you running?
    AT droops require those black nylon bushings and if you use those white ones it will have some play
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    If your talking about the o-ring around the nozzle it's self, I didn't know that was replaceable(yes it's white). As far as what droop, I'm not sure of that. I'd need to make a call/pm. Btw glad to hear your pump is together.
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    no I'm talking about the nylon bushings that the pivot pins go in,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    FWIW i assembled mine last night, and it has very little if any movment, what droop are you running?
    AT droops require those black nylon bushings and if you use those white ones it will have some play
    Odd, I assembled mine last night too. But I didn't use any black nylon bushings in my AT droop and mine does have some play in it. Do you have a pic or a part number for those black bushings? If you use the black bushing do you still use the white bushing or does the black one replace it? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    If your talking about the o-ring around the nozzle it's self, I didn't know that was replaceable(yes it's white)...
    Yea it's replaceable but it costs around $20, same cost as the other "weird" seal that's inside the diverter.

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    Kreg "almost zero" Tom

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    O.k. Tom what's the cure? New nozzle? Just bushings? Even if I put new bushings in it won't make the play/space go away between the droop and the nozzle. Is it even worth worrying about?
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    Kreg when new trims are installed its somewhat difficult to even get the pins in (very tight) , that said the two stainless pins in our experience almost never show any wear , my guess is the loosness is in the pin boss bores in the nozzle adaptor ? Tom

    btw those two seals (inner and outer) are well under $20

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod56cars View Post
    Odd, I assembled mine last night too. But I didn't use any black nylon bushings in my AT droop and mine does have some play in it. Do you have a pic or a part number for those black bushings? If you use the black bushing do you still use the white bushing or does the black one replace it? Thanks!

    they are like the white ones only thicker
    part #B2401 I think, I'll call AT Monday and confirm it.

    Kreg the part # for the nylon O ring is 3-139
    and the Dbl, Teflon seal for the inner (up Down) is 3-140
    these are Place part #'s
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    ... btw those two seals (inner and outer) are well under $20
    Oh sure, now you tell me! J/K
    Last edited by hotrod56cars; 04-12-2009 at 09:49 AM. Reason: J/K

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod56cars View Post
    Oh sure, now you tell me! J/K
    if Tom sells them for "well under" $20 you better get them from him, I just payed $19 for the inner one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    if Tom sells them for "well under" $20 you better get them from him, I just payed $19 for the inner one
    Too late, I already spent the $50 bill on the inner and outer seals and 6 white pin bushings for the diverter. It sounds like I got the wrong bushings for my AT droop though.

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    ok confirmed with AT, the black nylon bushing is part # B2401
    or you can get brass #B2201

    the white nyliner fits 13/16 hole and the black fits a7/8 hole


    AT told me thats how some peeps repair a worn droop
    drill it out to a 7/8 and use a # B2401
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