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Need parts-Wilcox Crittenden Imperial 51 Head

I have a traditional gaff-rigged schooner with an old but good Imperial 51. Raw water intake doesn't draw water due to wearout of cam and seal parts that are not made any more. Do you know of an old Imperial 51 or Junior model (they have the same innards) I can get my hands on for the parts?
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You can probably have a local tool and die shop make one up. I needed to that a few years ago for the push rods on the pump which are also no longer available.

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I have a traditional gaff-rigged schooner with an old but good Imperial 51. Raw water intake doesn't draw water due to wearout of cam and seal parts that are not made any more. Do you know of an old Imperial 51 or Junior model (they have the same innards) I can get my hands on for the parts?
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I have those parts
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I have those parts from an imperial head I removed from my boat last year. You are welcome to them. E mail rick0shea@bellsouth.net.
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