Yep, our shop price is $80 an hour but we have many certifications, utilities, supplies and such to pay for. These pumps can be a pain since the ride plate, reduction nozzle, steering cone, jet pump and shaft have to all be taken off and sometimes the hull inserts strip. Plus, don't these have an intermediate shaft also? I can't rememeber but have found that moving the engine forward an inch is best for me. Should work out fine for ya.
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