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    anybody know who could convert a 12jc to a split bowl in abq?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjoshua View Post
    anybody know who could convert a 12jc to a split bowl in abq?
    Why not just buy a "G" style bowl?

    Or are you looking for someone to install said bowl?
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    I think you could do it yourself with no problem. the hardest part will be the transom cover. And if it is set back with transom plates it will be a cake walk. I changed my E bowl to a G in about an hour and a half but I added a droup and a place diverter also. The good part about an E pump is there's no transom cover. But thats about the only good thing.
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    cost more than anything. I'm just wanting to see what the difference would be cost wise. i want things done right, and that might mean a new bowl instead of modifying the "c" just wanted to know the difference. I have taken the bowl off before when i rebuilt the pump myself so thats no problem. i can't remember, are the gaskets reusable? mines been out of the water for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjoshua View Post
    cost more than anything. I'm just wanting to see what the difference would be cost wise. i want things done right, and that might mean a new bowl instead of modifying the "c" just wanted to know the difference. I have taken the bowl off before when i rebuilt the pump myself so thats no problem. i can't remember, are the gaskets reusable? mines been out of the water for years.
    I always use new gaskets and High Tack one side (the bowl side), FWIW, there are a lot of good used parts as far as bowls and whatnot, I would think converting your C would not be very cost effective. Then again, could be wrong...

    The real difference is in the vane length, but as far as I am concerned the jury is still out if this is a good thing....

    Converting a C is a lot of welding and work....
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    i talked to duane @ hi tech. He suggested a new dominator bowl. they are a little longer and since i don't have a set back pump nor a ride plate the extra length along with a straight snoot and diverter might boost performance w/o major work and $$$.

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    there's a new dominator bowl in the spam section, brotherwolf is the seller
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    i saw that one and am considering it. seems like a good deal for the low hours. it's been a while since i've changed the bowl. is the shaft bearing on the bowl end pressed into the bowl. and if so will it fit my shaft w/o machining?

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    yuo will also need a steering adapter or droop. I may have a extra bowl, i have an extra steering adapter you can have. I will be at the boat races at the butte this weekend. i'll be with the berry colored daytona,and blue /white cp tunnel. or ask for Richard Peters somebody will find me.

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    is it a G bowl or a converted c bowl and how much? I work on weekends right now so i won't be down there. are you in abq? thanks for the response.

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