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    Any one have interest in a Kashiyama pump ?-gctid667791

    I have a Kashiyama pump that was removed from a 1987 3870. It was in good working order when it was removed. The pump is complete including the pulley, also an impeller that is still in the box. It turns free. but probably should have new seals as it was removed several years ago.

    Bob Langenbach

    M/V Cheers
    BJL / Cheers

    #2
    Hi Bob

    Would be interested in the pump if you still have it.

    email

    RDOIII@fastmail.fm

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      #3
      Hi Bob, I too would be very interested in your pump.

      We cannot get replacements let alone spares down here where we are.

      You can contact me at metalrecoverygroup@xtra.co.nz

      Thanks Mark.

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        #4
        Hi Bob

        You might want to check your PMs...sent you a message the other day.
        Brad & Sharon
        Lady Jake
        1985 4550 EH 700TI /Twin Disc 502
        LaConner,Wa. (summer)
        2003 Scout CC 24' W/225 Yamaha
        kailua Kona,Hi (Winter)

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          #5
          Out of curiosity what is it?
          CPT.BLAIR
          1993 4387 w/ 250 Hinos - Hampton, VA
          1996 3388 w/ 150 Cummins - Richmond, VA
          1989 Sea Ray 390 w/454 Mercruisers SOLD
          1983 3288 w/ 3.8 Chevy V6 gassers SOLD
          1984 3870 w/ 135 Mits SOLD

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            #6
            It is the raw water pump that brings water from the body of water the boat sits in to the engine to provide heat exchange. Common in the 80's vintage of motor yachts

            Richard

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              #7
              I can supply a rebuild kit for these pumps with new water seals, lip seal, impeller, and bearings. These can be fitted with no machining or adaption of the pump body and allows you to keep your original pump. I understand the major problem with these pumps is the water seal is now obsolete rendering the whole pump obsolete if it is leaking from the shaft seal. You can contact me at kiwimarineservices@xtra.co.nz for more details. You can get your engineer to install the kit or you can easily do it yourself if you do your own maintenance. The kit and installation is a fraction of the cost of trying to adapt an aftermarket pump to fit the engine or doing expensive machining to adapt another type of water seal. I have found the easiest way is make the paper gasket.

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