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    Default Dominator pump, is this a bronze unit with an A cut?

    This is on my Royale, which I'm in the process of putting together on different thread. Just would like some confirmation on this impeller. Thanks, Andy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    This is on my Royale, which I'm in the process of putting together on different thread. Just would like some confirmation on this impeller. Thanks, Andy.
    Looks like a double A alium. impeller.

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    x2.... AA alum. still has the OEM rusty steel nut. That will be fun to get off as Dominator wasn't into using anti-seize or other useful lubricants back then from my experiences. The impeller will likely be adhered to the shaft with a healthy bit of corrosion as well.

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    Thanks, I'm not going to pull apart just yet. Pump worked well when I did the test run, just wanted to check for damage, chips, nicks, cracks, etc. Looks to be in fine shape with very sharp edges. I"ll do new packing and bearing seal and put to use.

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    Goodlukwith that bearing seal without getting the shaft out. How do you no the bearing is good. Trailing edgeof the impeller looks compromised. Not picking. Just speeking from limited experience.

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    Must be the shadow, the edges are sharp with no nicks, some corrosion type residue on surface but that will clean off with some wetdry 600. Its the big seal I'll replace. Pump was good and working with no squeels and full of greese so why not run it?

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