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    Stainless impeller for a jacuzzi pump the only #s I can find on it are 4100. It is brand new $600. Have pics, can send them to email/dont know how to post pic on here.
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    bump~!
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    I'll bet you are looking to trade for a suction housing What's going on with that?

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    Placecraft is taking care of it. I would have traded for everything I am having done. Damage is done.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Some Kind Of Monster View Post
    I'll bet you are looking to trade for a suction housing What's going on with that?

    Now Billy this would be a great up grade for you. I would jump on it


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    Wow, $600 bucks! Good luck LOL.

    If anyone is interested, understand that a jacuzzi stainless looks nothing like a berk/AT/Agressor etc. stainless impeller when new. These things are a mess out of the box and need a good 8-10 hours of work...

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    There double that retail and this one is NEW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlacecraftTunnel View Post
    Now Billy this would be a great up grade for you. I would jump on it
    My Jacuzzi is modified to take a Berk Impeller

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    what size is this impleller? A or B?

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    The impeller is an A, similar to a berk AA.

    In my post above I wasn't trying to knock the impeller, I actually bought it direct from NAMJET 3 years ago...But I sure as hell didn't pay $1200 for it. If someone is considering throwing big power at a Jacuzzi pump, this impeller is a very good idea, it just needs a lot of work, because as cast they are a mess. A jacuzzi aluminum impeller will take more power than a berk, how much more remains to be seen. Be smart, go stainless with big power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    The impeller is an A, similar to a berk AA.

    In my post above I wasn't trying to knock the impeller, I actually bought it direct from NAMJET 3 years ago...But I sure as hell didn't pay $1200 for it. If someone is considering throwing big power at a Jacuzzi pump, this impeller is a very good idea, it just needs a lot of work, because as cast they are a mess. A jacuzzi aluminum impeller will take more power than a berk, how much more remains to be seen. Be smart, go stainless with big power.
    What type work do they need? I'd love to have an A in my boat, if it would work right. I have been told I have an old style jetovator on the Jacuzzi. I'll have the HP to turn it.

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    what is that?
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    That is the WJ on the back of the boat currently. Never been a pump kinda boater before so I took someone's word it was a early jetovator with hyd controlls. It's also the reason I want to rebuild the pump and make sure everything is good before I hook the 440 up to it. Ok it will be more like a 512

    I do know it's definately a WJ by the data plate on it. Are you thinking I'll need more than just your impeller to make this drive right? LOL

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    Uhmm, well if the inside is as bad as the outside you will need a lot. Im not sure if your serious or not but it looks to me that this boat has either been in salt water or from the mid west. It appears you will definately need new cables. Do you have pics of the rest of the boat?
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