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    Ive picked up a JE pump complete and wanted to use every thing from bowl back on my JG suction housing.The tiller arm for place diverter steering on opposite side on JE pump along with forward and reverse bracket.Ive been looking for used stuff but cant find any about.Will or should this stuff bolt up.Ive looked at different pumps looks to be same bolt patterns between them.Iam i going in the right direction?Thank you.
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    You can use everything from the bowl back on the JG pump on the JE, however the cables will route differently and you'll have to sort that out. If you have a place Diverter and need a different bracket, we can get one for you. Don't have anything used available however.

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    Thanx for reply,what kinda of price iam i looking at?
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    Well, If you want to convert a JG diverter to a JC/G one, you'll be replacing the bucket, and 3 brackets. I looked at JC/JG and a JE diverter side by side and JC/G diverter doesn't have the screw holes drilled for one of brackets a JE diverter would need. So you might have to do that.

    The bucket and brackets are probably going to run upwards of $300-400, plus you might have labor. A new JE complete nozzle would be $500. Your best bet is to keep looking for a used JE nozzle if you want to keep costs down.

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