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    This is how we spent our rainy weekend here in South Carolina.

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    Looks good. I spent mine on the lake

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    Thanks to Duane at HTP and several hours of bench racing, we finally got the pump back in the boat,

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    Yea i spenty mine in the house.. My yard looks like a friggin swamp.. looks good thought.
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    the ensueing fire would likely be extinguished by the sinking however

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sangers View Post
    Can someone explain the piece between the bowl and nozzle?
    It looks like a smaller bowl reversed. I've never seen anything like it.

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    whats up , oh setting the intake ,fun job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    don,t tighten that pump up like that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!might be too much of a rocket if u do that ,don,t want to hurt anyone,s feelings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrollerDave View Post
    Can someone explain the piece between the bowl and nozzle?
    It looks like a smaller bowl reversed. I've never seen anything like it.

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    thats a anti reversion bowl, trick stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Who cut the impellor?

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    Ward {my brother} cut the impeller, the bowl and all the gaskets. The OD was perfect to the new wear ring, we just cut the front off the shoulder to even it up and the face to bring clearance to .025".

    Kevin
    That is a 6" bowl extension. Similar to a straight snoot.

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