Washdown pump replacement

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by Realdeal, Aug 13, 2018.

  1. FishPimpII

    FishPimpII Dreaming about the next boat...

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    Jeff Nelson
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    Let’s see if I can reach it.. I have a screwdriver with a fancy screw retainer too so we might be able to get it without sending children in there.
     
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  2. FVSerenity

    FVSerenity Captain

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    I say we find the prick who designed that shit and weld his lug nuts on!
     
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  3. Cohoho

    Cohoho I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Hire Nick Rudnick - I’m betting he can reach it!
     
  4. hawksfan75

    hawksfan75 More questions than answers

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    I can meet you out there Saturday afternoon? If I can’t reach it, it shouldn’t be reached…
     
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  5. ledbed6b

    ledbed6b I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Sounds like Steve pointed you in the right direction. I'd recommend the crimp type, I've got the crimp tool if you need to borrow it.

    Also the same pump is $145 at Hodges marine
     
  6. Waterdog~

    Waterdog~ Just one more

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    or ttp he always willing...….
     
  7. goatram

    goatram Notable Member Gate Keeper to the Great Northwest

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    grrrrrrrr
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    Shit Eric, your meat hooks won't fit in the hole. She'll be squealing if you stick them up in the hole. Just saying. Send the kid. One for the team and all.
     
  8. TonyG

    TonyG I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    @Team Sency - might be worth getting a set of these (or similar).

    Klein-Tools-3-Piece-Screw-Holding-Screwdriver-Set

    This set is ok for occasional use and cheap enough that if you need to modify like welding on a longer extension, it's no big deal.

    There are better for sure though
     
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  9. Roll the Bones

    Roll the Bones Dr. Fong

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    I am surprised, we have a lot of long armers on this board that should be able to help out. :)
     
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  10. Team Sency

    Team Sency Unleash the hounds!!

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    Easy E....if the 2-day Prime actually doesn’t turn into 2-week prime, then might take you up on a Black Diamond run for you Sat!

    Will let you know and appreciate the offer to fix my weak stream!
     
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  11. Team Sency

    Team Sency Unleash the hounds!!

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    Thing is a beast compared to the old one!

    So Steve brought up the wire connectors....are those better than just crimping with the heat shrink connectors?

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  12. Fish_kid

    Fish_kid The Right Angler

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    Anybody got a crimper for those solid Deutsch pins?
     
  13. Hannibal

    Hannibal Hold my rod?

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    Deutsch connectors are good for quick change, heat shrink crimps are preferred for a wash down pump.
     
  14. ledbed6b

    ledbed6b I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I've got one you can borrow
     
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  15. Fish_kid

    Fish_kid The Right Angler

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    Thanks, Eli!
    I have business travel this week, but will be ordering some plug components... replacing the stock 3gpm to a shurflo 4gpm...
     
  16. Kman

    Kman I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Pretty sure he went on to design Robalos. You need a freekishly long arm to work in the bilge. I used arm in the singular, as you can only get one arm down the splashwell hatch as you lay on your side.

    I’m ready to put in a washdown pump as well. It’s between a Jabsco 5.2/70 and a Johnson 6.0/70. Anyone know which one lasts longer in a wet (splash) environment?
     
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  17. ledbed6b

    ledbed6b I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I'd say go to the jabsco hotshot. Way better than 4gpm. I think it's the same screw pattern even

    Let know if/when you want the crimper.
     
  18. Team Sency

    Team Sency Unleash the hounds!!

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    It was same screw pattern as my old 4.0 gpm

    ....I’m hoping to say pull....

    And blow a seagull out of the sky!!!
     
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  19. Realdeal

    Realdeal Member

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    I installed a hot shot this weekend and it sure fells a lot more heavy duty than the factory installed pump!! It will be interesting to see the difference!!
     
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  20. Team Sency

    Team Sency Unleash the hounds!!

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    Ok next question.....is there a thingamajig suction cup adapter deal or something to hook hose to and test pump out on trailer??
     

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