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    This is the pump on my boat.Hoping somebody out there can id it for me.Thanks guys.
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    berkeley split bowl with berkeley jetovator, probably 12jg model

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    The Jet at first glance looks to be a Berkeley 12 jg Equipped with an original Berkekley Jet0Vator trim and a kind of "DYI rudder" There should be a tag in the suction housing just aft of the bearing cap with a model and production date too ! Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    The Jet at first glance looks to be a Berkeley 12 jg Equipped with an original Berkekley Jet0Vator trim and a kind of "DYI rudder" There should be a tag in the suction housing just aft of the bearing cap with a model and production date too ! Tom

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    i knew you were circling for the kill, just happened to beat you to it. got 8 good fingers plus 2 nubs, makes my typing look like an epplectic chicken on cocaine

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    I vote berk JF
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    the jf was an insert type pump like the je with its own unique gimbal ring in the jetovator, very prone to crack, imo not one of berkeleys better idea, not to argue but dont believe it is a jf.

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    The license plate on the trailer is Florida. So I'm guessing it's a orange juicer able to spit pulp 3 or 4 hundred feet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnray069 View Post
    the jf was an insert type pump like the je with its own unique gimbal ring in the jetovator, very prone to crack, imo not one of berkeleys better idea, not to argue but dont believe it is a jf.
    see smiley face, I/ve seen a JF but it was years ago
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    I'm thinking Berkely JB.
    No matter how good she looks , someone is tired of her shit!

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    Reverse cable seen better days..

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    Thanks guys! I plan on a complete overhaul this winter for it.I just wasn't sure which model I have.Seems to be working fine with me and the wife in it.Jumps right up on plane in no time.But when I had a couple freinds along with us,I hit it from a dead dig and acted like a slipping clutch.Needless to say I didn't do that anymore unless its just the two of us in it.I want it to last the rest of this season.

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