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Rebuilding A Raw Water Pump - How To

As some of you may know I have been doing some winter projects on my engine. It seems once I get going I just can't seem to stop. Last night I rebuilt my raw water pump and took photos along the way..

I posted a new "how to" article on my site on rebuilding a raw water pump for those interested in the process. I would post it here but there are three pages of photos..

Rebuilding A Raw Water Pimp (LINK)


Sorry had to use the word pimp, as opposed to pump, to prevent the Sailnet word linker from taking over my hyper link..??


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Sorry had to use the word pimp, as opposed to pump, to prevent the Sailnet word linker from taking over my hyper link..??


MS Isn't there a television show along those lines?
Welcome to "Pimp MY Pump"

Another great photo essay
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Sorry had to use the word pimp, as opposed to pump, to prevent the Sailnet word linker from taking over my hyper link..??


MS Isn't there a television show along those lines?
Welcome to "Pimp MY Pump"

Another great photo essay
Funny I thought that show was on Skinamax and called "Pump my Pimp"..
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