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Old 23-08-2013, 16:54   #1
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What Pump is This?

the gear drive on this unit is shot, what brand and model is it?
no numbers, no make, no marks

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Old 23-08-2013, 16:59   #2
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Looks like an old PAR unit. Parts sill available
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Old 23-08-2013, 17:17   #3
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Re: what pump is this?

it pumps with a rubber diaphragm, they are quiet, but that may be their only asset. Par I think.
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Old 23-08-2013, 17:34   #4
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Re: what pump is this?

so this is it?
Jabsco PAR 36680 Diaphragm Bilge Pump - Electric Pumps - Bilge & All Purpose Pumps - Pumps - Downwind Marine
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Old 23-08-2013, 17:35   #5
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Re: what pump is this?

PAR pumps are made by Jabsco. If parts prove hard to find, you can still buy fairly similar new models like this one.

Jabsco PAR 36800 Belt Driven High Pressure Water Pump Jabsco 36800 1000 | eBay
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Old 23-08-2013, 17:43   #6
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Re: what pump is this?

i think i may put it up on the classified section for parts, they do not move enough water for my liking.
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Old 23-08-2013, 18:09   #7
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The #1 variable with pumps is the mounts and space, or lack of it, to fit them. I can't say too much more except that the Jabsco Puppy series are tough and simple, not entirely unlike meself. There are a few sizes around 5 - 10 gpm. Will they fit in your space ? Dunno.


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Old 23-08-2013, 18:28   #8
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Re: what pump is this?

Go to the ITT-Jabsco site. Full manuals and parts lists there. Have 3 on Bluestocking, 15 yrs, no problems.
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Re: what pump is this?

The pump you show has the pressure cut-out switch, therefore for fresh water system, not bilge.
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Re: what pump is this?

If you are needing bearings for the pump eccentric, same as the front bearing on Delco-Remy 10 and 12 series alternators. you need 2.
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Re: what pump is this?

Those pumps are essentially indestructible. I've revived them when left on an island in Micronesia out in the open for years. Look like hell, are noisy in a boat,but very reliable for the long haul.

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Old 23-08-2013, 18:42   #12
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The pump you show has the pressure cut-out switch, therefore for fresh water system, not bilge.
was hooked to the shower and front bilge. so was used as bilge.

is for sale now.
as reliable as they may be, i plan to put at least 4 cent pumps in my hull.
8000GPH is my goal.
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Old 23-08-2013, 18:44   #13
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If you are needing bearings for the pump eccentric, same as the front bearing on Delco-Remy 10 and 12 series alternators. you need 2.
yes, the eccentric. thank you. it is frozen.
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Old 23-08-2013, 18:47   #14
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The #1 variable with pumps is the mounts and space, or lack of it, to fit them. I can't say too much more except that the Jabsco Puppy series are tough and simple, not entirely unlike meself. There are a few sizes around 5 - 10 gpm. Will they fit in your space ? Dunno.


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my bilge is massive under the engine. 1' x 8' x 6'
with the dripless dripping at 1 drip per second right now, it took the other diaphragm pump 5 min to empty it, after 1 week, and it was only half full.
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pita par jabsco pump!!!!!!!!!!!! ww2 technology much better pumps available these days!

try whale gulper,
8000 gph! in your dreams for a 12vpump need a 220v submersible pump for that flow rate
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