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    95 Wave Venture intermediate housing - replace??

    More questions on my 95 Wave Venture rebuild project. (Combining two into one)

    After removing the engine in WV, I looked at the intermediate housing, and noticed some small cracks around the housing. The shaft appears to spin pretty easily. But, I'm wondering if I should go ahead and replace the intermediate housing, and of course do all the bearings and such. My concern is getting the intermediate housing back into the same exact location, so I don't have any major engine alignment issues when I put the 2nd engine into the WR. I've attached a couple of pics of the intermediate housing.

    I am also not sure about how to get the coupler off, and actually disassemble things. I've researched it, but can't seem to find anything solid. Any recommendations or information would be appreciated.

    Thank you, Brad
    Intermediate Housing.JPGIntermediate Shaft.JPG

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    Re: 95 Wave Venture intermediate housing - replace??

    Any thoughts?

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    Re: 95 Wave Venture intermediate housing - replace??

    You can remove the housing from the mount (Leave that on the hull). This way if there are any shims, they will stay in the same place.

    The shaft presses out forward. No need to remove the coupler. If you do want to remove the coupler, it is standard right hand threads. You will need a tool to hold the shaft from turning.

    If you do press the shaft out, measure and make not of how far it sticks out the backside, so you can install it at the correct depth.

    The rebuild is pretty straight forward. There are seals on each side, clip rings, and then a bearing that will need to be pressed out.

    If your housing has a lot of cracks, you may just want to replace the whole piece.

    Make sure to align your engine couplers when you are done.

    I strongly recommend getting a shop manual when doing service your self on your PWC. It will tell you all you need to know.
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    Re: 95 Wave Venture intermediate housing - replace??

    3 or 4 bolts and the housing comes off. The shaft is press fit, you need to mark and/or measure how much is sticking out and press it that far into the new housing. If you buy a new housing and bearings/seals, there are snap rings that hold the guts in. Remove the snap rings and press old bearings out, new ones in.
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