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    Default Magnaflow Water Pump vs Camshaft Endplay

    I have to replace my Manaflow water pump. I have a Blower Motor with a 4 inch extension, we machined the extension to get the correct roller cam end play. I spoke to Glenwood Marine about replacing pump, asking if I would need to recheck end play or if the new pump would be "identical" in dimension. Glenwood indicated the new pump be could installed without a need for recheck. Anyone have a similar experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sangerx3 View Post
    I have to replace my Manaflow water pump. I have a Blower Motor with a 4 inch extension, we machined the extension to get the correct roller cam end play. I spoke to Glenwood Marine about replacing pump, asking if I would need to recheck end play or if the new pump would be "identical" in dimension. Glenwood indicated the new pump be could installed without a need for recheck. Anyone have a similar experience.
    I would take the time to measure dimensions on both pumps carefully, particularly if you had it set up fairly tight. Why are you having to replace the whole pump? Maybe no way to confirm dimensions if it's bad enough you have to replace it?

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    When pressing out the old shaft I got a little carried away with the press and damaged the housing.

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    then ignore my post in the V-drive section. So here is what I do. You need a depth reading from the drive piece on the cam. From the plate, not the tang, to the face of the t cover. Then measure from the very end of the driven piece on the pump with the extention piece in place. Not down in the slot, but up on the end of the driven piece, to the flange face of the pump. The difference is your end play. That, or pull the manifold and pushrods



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    Sorry about the double post, I hate to pull the blower off--------Lazy. I'll check it this way. Thanks Again

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    Quick and easy with clay

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