My 2008 KLR650 recently has started running very hot. I did some troubleshooting which included hooking up some hoses to my water pump, priming it with water and putting them in a bucket. Started the bike. No water flow. Eureka! I was happy I found the source until I opened up the water pump cover and the impeller fell off in my hand. The impeller shaft had sheered off. After searching and searching, I found Sgt Mike's post on how to fix this. https://www.sgtmarty.com/SgtMarty-Impeller-shaft-repair.html This is WAY outside of my skillset as I'm a computer engineer not a mechanic. So, I'm going to pop the cover back on the water pump ( or lack thereof) until I can decide my next steps. 1. Take it to the local shop and get a quote. I'm thinking that if it's going to be opened up that I should have the dohickey and bearings looked at along with anything else that might need to be serviced. It has 22K miles on it. Any idea what a shop would charge for such a repair that would be fair? My local shop charges 95 bucks an hour. So if I knew how many hours.... 2. Find someone on here in North Texas that has deep knowledge in these engines and loves to work on them to take on the task with me as a project. I have the money to pay for parts and help. My location is Sherman, TX (North of Dallas and south of Durant OK.) Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated! Mike Love this bike and it makes me sad that I can't go out and ride it right now on Christmas eve.