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    Default Worn jet cones-epoxy?

    Alright . I'll try it another way,
    We've got worn cones and the boss tried an epoxy layer to smooth out the abrasions,
    Anyone else try to rehab worn cones?

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    Gotta a picture or a manufacture name
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    Are you referring to inboard or outboard jets? By cones you mean wear rings I think. I'd try Belzona for the repairs we use it inside pump housings at my job.

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    i looked at a manual when i had a minute today, They are jets and it is actually called a liner!
    Sooooo,any body else try this epoxy deal to rehab a beat liner?

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    Outboard Jets (the jet manufacturer) supplied plastic lined liners a while ago. They quit offering them due to the difficulty in getting enough adhesion from the aluminum to plastic lining.
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    I tried one once. Didn't work very good and didn't last long at all. I wouldn't mess with them again.

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