I'd point out that the Jabsco heads are a pretty low-quality unit, and that you're generally much better off avoiding them. This isn't only my opinion, but that of Peggie Hall, doyene of the marine plumbing world.
I suspect when you price the cost of the parts needed, it will come close to are even exceed the cost of new head. Over the years I had rebuilt my Groco HF a couple of times. It was due again last year and found that a new Jabsco wasn't much more than than a new pump unit for the Groco.
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her going when she oughta fall down, tells you she's hurting 'fore she keens. Makes her a home.
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