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Old 05-12-2008, 06:01 PM
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Default Torque spec to reassemble sea pump housing

Is there a torque spec to reassemble the sea pump housing or just do "tight-is-tight, too-tight is broke".
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32 in-lbs., I believe.
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32 in-lbs., I believe.
I searched around and also found 50 in/lbs. Which isn't very much either.
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"PFT"
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That requires the BFH, errr BFW
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That requires the BFH, errr BFW
maybe both
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As tight as you can get it with a quarter inch ratchet, at least that's what I do.
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It isnt much whatever it is. I broke 2 housings before i got it right. Funny nobody asks me to do there impeller.
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Torque setting = snugskies.
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Funny nobody asks me to do there impeller.
Well maybe I need to break a couple housings then!!!
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