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waterpump replacement (jabsco)

Hi,

The "JABSCO 36950" water pump in my boat (28 tartan piper) broken. I tried to repair the pump with a repair kit. However, the pump house is broken. Now I want to replace the pump, has anyone any advice for a cheaper alternative to the Jabsco pump?

thanks in advance!

Arne
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Arne,

The FloJet pumps (NOT the Shureflo pumps) are still the best medium priced pumps on the market. About $70-115 these days.

Here's one on Amazon: Amazon.com: Flojet 04406-143A Multi-Fixture Water Pump: Automotive

Bill

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Where was this note before I spent over $100 on a Shurflo POS pump....grrrr
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