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Galley foot water pumps

I need to replace a couple old foot water pumps on my boat. The are the kind where you have a lever coming out a hole in a cabinet with the pump in the cabinet. The problem is I can only find one pump for sale ANYWARE; that being a "Gusher Galley MK 3 Foot Pump". The way the pumps are set up now, there are two right next to each other and this model of pump is to wide for the current set up. It's possible for me to space things out a little and get things to work however it will require me to do some cabinet work. Before I do, I thought I would ask if anyone knew of another model/brand of pump that might work?
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This page has a 'victory' foot pump, but no idea of the quality and the dimensions look similar... Whale does seem to have the corner on this market...

3 GPM Galley Foot Pump - Pride Marine - Ontario Canada
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Thanks. I emailed the company and asked for dimensions.
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Defender.com has this pump too
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Defender.com has this pump too
Hmmm? The link looks broken.

Edit: Oh wait that's the sailnet auto keyword link thingy that's borken. However I still don't see a link. Did it get dropped somehow?

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Hmmm? The link looks broken.

Edit: Oh wait that's the sailnet auto keyword link thingy that's borken. However I still don't see a link. Did it get dropped somehow?
Try Discount Marine and Boat Supplies - Inflatable Sales - Defender or Discount Marine and Boat Supplies - Inflatable Sales - Defender but should work.
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Be aware that with the gusher you can pivot the inlet and outlet just about any direction, you are not limited to the setup in the photo. They are great pumps and easy as pie to service!
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