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Old 21-11-2017, 03:53   #1
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Water pumps re-furb

Just in the process of re-furbishing the water pumps on our 6 year old lagoon 380. Sea water has been leaking from the pumps and they are in a right old mess as you can see. The clean one was soaked in citric acid solution and then a light wire brushing. New pumps are about 400 each... the parts to do a full re-furb cost about 40 !! so a big saving. Bearings cost a fortune from Yanmar, but standard stainless steel replacements are about 5 each ( and the Yanmar ones are not even stainless )
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