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12-27-2012 12:40 AM
JiffyLube
Re: looking for pathfinder parts

My Pathfinder was altered by a PO to mount a Powerline 120 alternator, and the raw water pump was changed to a Jabsco 2620-1101 with a Browning #1VP40 pulley. The crank pulley was changed to a triple pulley, two pulleys for the alternator and one for the raw water pump.
12-26-2012 11:48 PM
thedude
Re: looking for pathfinder parts

I'm certain it's the raw water pump. Here's a picture of the pump with and without the pulley.



12-26-2012 06:22 PM
JiffyLube
Re: looking for pathfinder parts

Pathfinder should be able to get that pulley for you, but you might be able to find it online if you take measurements. The Pathfinder fresh water pulley has three of four bolts on the front to hold the two halves together, and should come with spacers for adjusting belt width. I have a basket of old Pathfinder parts, but I didn't have that pulley.
12-26-2012 05:41 PM
Faster
Re: looking for pathfinder parts

That looks like the FRESH water pump pulley half.... but the various Pathfinders are set up differently..

Pathfinder in Montreal is the only NA supplier, as far as I know, and they're helpful when you track them down but it's not always easy.
12-26-2012 04:16 PM
thedude
looking for pathfinder parts

I've got a Pathfinder 42hp diesel, and need a new raw water pump pulley. I know of the Pathfinder company in Quebec, but haven't been able to reach them yet.

Anybody holding on to 1 or 2 of these.





 
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