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Conquistador_del_mar
04-13-2013, 01:14 PM
I would like to rebuild these brass water pumps, but I can't seem to find any rebuild kits online for them. They are #46-73823 with end plates #59155. Any suggestions on a supplier? These came on the 572s out of a 1979 Cigarette Mistress, but I have no idea what year the pumps are. Bill

cgbird
04-13-2013, 05:45 PM
I would like to rebuild these brass water pumps, but I can't seem to find any rebuild kits online for them. They are #46-73823 with end plates #59155. Any suggestions on a supplier? These came on the 572s out of a 1979 Cigarette Mistress, but I have no idea what year the pumps are. Bill

did you try marrysville marine. http://www.marysvillemarine.com/ they might have what you are looking for.

Conquistador_del_mar
04-14-2013, 12:15 PM
did you try marrysville marine. http://www.marysvillemarine.com/ they might have what you are looking for.

Thank you. I will call them on Monday to see if the seals, bearing, and impeller are available. Bill

gcarter
04-14-2013, 12:28 PM
Bill, I would think bearings and seals would be available at any power transmission shop (you know, gears, shafts, sprockets, bearings, and seals).
The harder part would be impellers and wear plates, although a wear plate could be made pretty easily.

Conquistador_del_mar
04-14-2013, 01:36 PM
Thank you George. I thought about going to our local Motion Industries looking for the seals and bearings - if I can't find an entire rebuild kit this would be a good alternative. Otherwise, I am looking at buying entirely new pumps and I really like the brass ones more than the new plastic bodied pumps. I did find some new brass ones online that might work for around $350 each - not too bad.

gcarter
04-14-2013, 01:47 PM
Of course you probably know I personally like crank mounted pumps like this Johnson Pump.
And the price is right too at less than $200.00.!

http://www.marineexhaustmanifolds.com/raw-water-pumps.htm

Gary S
04-14-2013, 10:22 PM
If all else fails you could try Depco pump, http://www.depcopump.com/ they also have an on line marine catalog but it's hard to navigate