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Sanding Pump Shaft

I was digging around on youtube about some pump timing tips. I found a video where the guy talks about sanding the pump shaft with 600 grit or using lapping compound on the shaft to help prevent gear/timing slip. Has anyone heard of this? I searched these forums and didn't find anything at first glance. Thoughts? input?

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