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    I don't know if you can tell from pics but if you can is this impeller in ok condtion couple of the blades are a little beat up but not horribly. And is it a or AA impeller its on a Berkeley E pump sleekcraft executive.
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    Can't tell from looking at it from there
    You have to pull the bowl to tell
    What size/pitch
    Looks like it has ate a few rocks

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    Outlaw is correct , its not possible to accurately ascertain what your impeller is (AA, A etc) from a front view or its general condition (except for the obvious), It does however look like it may be a stainless and irrespective of what cut it could likley use some "detail work" call if we can help you ! Tom

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    IMO that impeller is pretty hammered, Id be cleaning that up if it were mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    IMO that impeller is pretty hammered, Id be cleaning that up if it were mine.
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    IMO - That thing is in need of some serious help, may require some welding to square up the leading edge. Being the front is that bad I bet the rear/trailing edge is real bad.
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    you mentioned it was a berkley e pump aa impellor is 9.25 diameter berkley bowl is only 9. unless the bowl has been modified it probably is not aa

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradyte083 View Post
    you mentioned it was a berkley e pump aa impellor is 9.25 diameter berkley bowl is only 9. unless the bowl has been modified it probably is not aa
    With due respect brady you may want to review your facts (above) re Impeller "sizes" and "cuts" particularly respective to Berkeley applications in general Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradyte083 View Post
    you mentioned it was a berkley e pump aa impellor is 9.25 diameter berkley bowl is only 9. unless the bowl has been modified it probably is not aa
    Berk 9" impellers will go all the way up to A4
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    What all has to be takin off to get to the impeller ill probably just take it off and have it fixed from the jagged edges on the blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    What all has to be takin off to get to the impeller ill probably just take it off and have it fixed from the jagged edges on the blades.
    With an "E" model jet pump , you simply need to remove the steering nozzle , bowl and Impeller nut , then pull the impeller for inspection and /or repair Tom

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    Thanks you guys are awesome.

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    Is there anything I should replace besides the bowl gasket while I have it all apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corbin5754 View Post
    Is there anything I should replace besides the bowl gasket while I have it all apart.
    Check shaft movement, up and down then in and out !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirtin Thunder View Post
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    IMO - That thing is in need of some serious help, may require some welding to square up the leading edge. Being the front is that bad I bet the rear/trailing edge is real bad.
    thats a front line seller for you blunder, looks like the one that came out of that u boat you left some years ago. weld er up and go racin. just sayin.

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