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Old 09-01-2019, 12:36 PM   #11
cajunfirehawk
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Talking Re: Dennis Carpenter new flatty waterpump issue...

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Originally Posted by 35fordtn View Post
My guess would be the impeller May be hitting the cylinder head. I’ve used drake and carpenter 21 stud pumps with nothing but great results. I do prefer the drake ones over the carpenter pumps
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Yes, after further review, your right on the money Michael! After I cleaned this up with a grinder and was super careful to protect the surrounding area and inside of the head of debris, all is well now.

Pics below from L to R
  • poor casting, not full circle, impeller hitting
  • close up, wow the 80+ yrs of rust!
  • new pump on L, old on R, where is the originals impeller?
  • like going to the dentist; magnets used to catch metal shavings, and greasy paper towel in head
  • all done, works like new, note that killer 3rd gen dizzy down below...
  • tool for this task
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