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2QM15 Raw Water Pump

Greetings all!

I have a Cal28 with a 2QM15 and my raw water pump decided to quit. I pulled it and the bearings are shot. Upon dis-assembly, I need a bunch of parts;
  • Both Bearings
  • Shaft
  • Both seals
  • Snap ring
  • Gasket
  • Cover
  • Impeller

My problem is twofold: I can't afford a new one from Yanmar (they think these things are gold!) and I can't find any part numbers to order the parts elsewhere.

Does anyone know who makes these Sherwood? Jabsco? or does anyone know of a source for the above parts?
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You might try looking here
Torresen Marine
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You can get the complete rebuild kit from yanmar for less than $100.00, and it is a very easy rebuild. I have done several. I can't remember exactly what they wanted for the parts but it was very resonable. The whole pump on the other hand is a whole other kettle of fish, I think they wanted somthing between $500.00 and $800.00 !! Good luck , rick
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You have a kit # for the rebuild parts? My Yanmar dealer doesn't have a clue!
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THAT's the page I was looking for, Thanx!
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Capngeo, I will try and get the yanmar # for you tommorow when I got to my shop, Rick
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Yanmar water pump

Go to Torresen Marine.....great resource and you will find the parts you need. they ship promptly also.
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Good reference materials

These might come in handy for you in the future.

http://www.rambunctiousracing.com/fi...m15service.pdf service manual

http://www.rambunctiousracing.com/files/2qm15.pdf operations manual
> >http://www.rambunctiousracing.com/fi...uel_System.pdf
http://www.rambunctiousracing.com/fi...interizing.pdf
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