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High tack is a gasket cement for paper gaskets. You want a silicone adhesive caulk. Like what you'd use on a house window. You can find at any hardware store in small tubes. Use it lightly you dont want it squeezing out all over. You only need to use it at the very front connection in front of the impeller. After to impeller can be left metal to metal.
 

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I got the impeller shaft removal tool and it's the smaller one not the w007 for 20mm. It's the w004.
Can the shaft be put in a vice without the tool? Probably not
 

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Not advisable, but it has been done. You can't grab the splines. You'll need to be mid shaft, otherwise you'll mess up sealing surfaces. You'll still end up gulling the shaft as its pretty hard and the vice won't bite and will slip.
 

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I cut the impeller off but as expected the threads have some marks from it. Can this be fixed by a machine shop or I need another axle?
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Yes a decent machine shop should be able to clean them up enough to use. If you can determine the thread size buy a die from McMaster carr and clean them up yourself.
 

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I used an arc welder I have and welded most broken areas and then used a small dremel and lots of cutting wheels and made it look better. Then I used the 30 dollar impeller that I bought to send back to Sbt as a core to re-thread the axle thread. It turned out pretty good. I replaced the bearings and all the gaskets and torqued it all back. Poured the stuff that I got from SBT inside and closed it up.It spins fine but I hear some stuff touching the ring maybe because it's the axle is not in the engine.
The impeller is refurbished by SBT could it be it needs to be ran. Funny but the noise sounds like the noise it made when running that you said could be the bearings. But it does it while turning by hand. Just the blades ⁹touching the ring.
Pictures show the progress made on the thread.
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I used anti seizing compound just in case I want to open it again. It was locked really tight, pulled my back trying to open it to no avail
 

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So I am putting the impeller back and have a small dilema.
SBT sent me a metal spacer in the kit (see link belowthat looks like the partzilla one from their picture(one side only shown at Partzilla) picture two

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When I opened mine up there was a large washer inside an oil seal. I cannot find that seal anywhere.
The SBT kit included the 2 oil seals that go head to head.

The last 2 pics show the SBT spacer and the seal and spacer/washer that was in mine. The seal might be good since I don't know if the 2kit seals are enough to stop the oil in the pump from leaking.
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Here's the video showing how the shaft has a hard time spinning with the spacer 66V-R1348-10-00 installed with the flat back toward the impeller.


This video also shows the impeller being removed and at 4:18(time) it shows a clear picture of whatever it's there, a seal or the spacer.
 

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This video shows the spacer I had at 7:12 time

62T-51348-00-00 is not listed for my 2000 XL1200Ltd.
 
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