Lehman “Two-Shaft” Raw Water Pump Coupling Failure

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^ Jabsco “Two-Shaft” Raw Water Pump Coupling Failure.
^ ^ Poor Workmanship.
^ ^ Engine Timing Gear Damage.
^ ^ Overheat damage that typically results from a coupling failure and the repairs required.
^ ^ Engines Affected.
^ ^ Fix with new “Single-Shaft” Raw Water Pump.
^ ^ Upgrade to 1″ Water Pump.
^ ^ Removing the Pump Drive Adapter.
^ ^ In Review.


The Jabsco 5810-0001 engine cooling raw water pump, (Blue Arrow) sometimes called the seawater pump, was driven by various geared adapters (Green Arrow) depending on the engine to which it was fitted.

When fitted to the Ford Industrial Power Products Diesel Engines from the UK such as the Lehman marinised Dorset series engine above and below, the pump is driven at crankshaft speed by the camshaft driven gear on the front of the engine (the gear shown below being replaced). We will discuss engine timing gear damage later in this article. If you look closely, you can see that the raw water pump in this picture is not the “Two-Shaft” type pump pictured above. We will discuss this “Single-Shaft” pump later in this article.
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Jabsco “Two-Shaft” Raw Water Pump Coupling

The two shafts that drive the Jabsco pump below are joined by a slotted coupling. The slotted end of the pump shaft coupling can be seen on the right end of the pump below (see  the Blue Arrow in the next picture and #18 in the following diagram).

Ensure that the adapter ring (see Green Arrow in picture above and #12 in diagram above) is in place when assembling the pump to the drive adapter so that the shafts stay aligned. Otherwise, the couplings’ slots and tangs will be damaged very quickly. The “tangs” of an opposing drive adapter shaft coupling can be seen below inside the pump adapter housing.

The “tangs” of the removed adapter shaft below are worn so badly that the they could no longer drive the slots in the raw water pump shaft. The pump stopped pumping and the engine began to overheat. The engine was equipped with a wet exhaust overheat alarm (discussed later) so the owner was able to shut the engine off before it suffered serious damage.

Fortunately, the desperate single engine boat owner was able to bend what was left of the worn tangs outward just enough to engage the pump shaft coupling long enough to reach safe harbor. The pump was replaced with the new style one-shaft pump discussed later. The pump coupling below shows the damage suffered by the coupling’s slots.

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Unfortunately, this design has proven to be very prone to bearing failure and rapid wear of the couplings’ slots and tangs. As the bearings and couplings develop more “play”, they interact and the rate at which they degrade quickens. When the coupling stops driving the water pump, the engine will suffer serious overheat damage if not shut down immediately. 

The factors that affect wear of the couplings’ slots and tangs.

1 – The impeller inside this type of pump creates torsional pulses as the blades climb over the cam inside the pump (see Yellow Arrow below).

These pulses telegraph through the shafts causing the coupling to chatter, especially if the coupling was assembled lacking lubricant such as a heavy grease. This chatter causes the coupling to wear and the more the coupling wears, the more powerful the chatter, so the faster the coupling wears. This coupling chatter can often be heard using a mechanics stethoscope.

2 – The pump shaft bearings and the gear adapter shaft bearings tend to be short-lived due in part to the above described coupling chatter. As the bearings develop more “play”, the shaft(s) become more unstable allowing the couplings’ slots and tangs to rub against each other more causing them to wear more rapidly. This results in more chatter creating this “vicious circle” of ever increasing wear.

3 – If the pump shaft bearings were damaged during initial installation or during replacement because the proper procedure or fixture were not used, the bearings will develop more “play” as above resulting in more chatter, etc. The coupling slots below (see Blue Arrows) have become badly worn primarily due to the bearings being damaged during installation. The slots on this drive coupling have worn nearly half off.


All these parts are listed on parts breakdown sheets shown later in this article.

Poor Workmanship

Note the cross-threaded pump mounting bolt below at the 10 o’clock position (see Blue Arrow). When bolting the Jabsco “Two-Shaft” raw water pump to the drive adapter, remember that it is very easy to cross-thread the mounting bolts into the soft aluminum drive adapter housing. When any of the mounting bolts cannot be properly torqued because they are cross-threaded, they can allow the pump-to-adapter junction to flex which can cause additional wear of the shaft coupling and even mounting flange failure.

Also note that because of the volume and velocity of the raw water flow in the engine’s cooling system, it is very poor practice to use a sharp, tight elbow that will impede the water flow like the elbow on the raw water pumps outlet above (see Green Arrow). Sweeping elbows like the ones used on the pump’s inlet above should be used  (see Yellow Arrow). Sharp, tight elbows may also suffer cavitation and erosion damage due to the water’s velocity and then fail flooding the bilges.

This particular water pump was plumbed from the sea strainer with lengthy solid piping which is very poor practice as the piping is exposed to engine vibration and will succumb to reverse bending fatigue, and break, flooding the bilges and most likely sink the vessel.

PIX of sea strainer piping*

Engine Timing Gear Damage

On engines where the pump is driven by the engine’s timing gears like the Lehman marinized Ford UK lorry and tractor engines, a worn coupling and/or failing adapter shaft bearings can also contribute to excessive pump driven gear wear and ultimately to engine timing gear wear that can result in failure of the timing gears that will cause catastrophic damage to the engine.
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Whenever the pump is removed from the adapter or the drive adapter is removed from the engine, the pump shaft bearings and the adapter shaft bearings should be checked for wear and roughness as this can also contribute to excessive wear of the pump’s driven gear and the engine’s timing gears. Way above, the second picture in this article shows the camshaft driven gear being replaced due to excessive wear. Fortunately this condition was discovered before the the gears failed causing catastrophic damage to the engine. NOTE: Inspection of the coupling, the shafts, the bearings, the pump driven gear and all the engine timing gears, etc. should be done periodically because when the engine’s timing gears fail, the valves and pistons will collide inside the engine making a sound not unlike the sound of a hungry cash register. Below is an enlargement of the gear above which shows “near-failure” tooth wear.
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Note how the gear tooth faces above are more badly worn toward the right end of the tooth, and the top land of each tooth is narrower on the right end of the tooth compared to the left end of the tooth. This is just an example of how a worn gear can look. The gear can look quite differently and still be near failing.

Worn gears can also chatter and create torsional pulses can telegraph back into the pump shaft coupling causing it to wear even faster. Gear chatter may become noisy enough to hear with a mechanics stethoscope, however it may be difficult to discern because the timing gears normally produce quite a lot on noise. Considerable practice with the stethoscope is required to become proficient at discerning engine noises.

Gear Nomenclature from Wikipedia.

The gear needs to look really good like the new gear below to be usable.

The engine’s timing gears can also be damaged by a lack of cambox oil in the fuel injection pump, a worn or damaged governor, camshaft, plunger(s) or bearings in the injection pump. Below is a Ford 4D Jerk type Fuel Injection Pump Cutaway. The lower 1/3 is the cambox with the fuel injection camshaft to which the governor weights and linkage are attached. The Ford 4D injection pump is driven by a spider coupling that helps absorb the torsional pulses that the camshaft and plungers produce before they reach the engine timing gears and cause wear. The “Rack” can be seen running from the governor throttle lever to the left past the injector pistons. For a complete description of this type injection pump see DIY: Engine Fuel.

Below is a fuel injection camshaft from a later Ford 6 cylinder Jerk Pump that was damaged by fuel deluded oil in the cambox. The camshaft components from left to right: 1) The last camshaft ball bearing. 2) The six camshaft lobes (one for each cylinder). 3) The governor weights and linkage. 4) The first camshaft ball bearing. 5) The drive gear taper, key and nut.


The engine’s timing gears can also be damaged by a worn or damaged camshaft, camshaft bearings or other valve train components.

PIX of Valve Train*

NOTE: Whenever the drive adapter is removed from the timing gear housing, be sure to check the condition of the pump driven gear and the adjacent gears. While this can give you a fairly good idea what the condition is of the other gears, a mechanics mirror and flashlight or a borescope will help you inspect more of the gears and removing the timing gear housing cover will expose all the gears for inspection. Inspection of ALL the gears should be accomplished periodically to prevent catastrophic failure and major damage to the engine. If all the worn gears are not replaced, the remaining worn gears will cause rapid wear of the new gears.

Overheat damage that typically results from a worn
coupling failure and the repairs required

When the coupling wears enough to fail, all raw water flow through the engine’s cooling system stops instantly. For this reason, the engine should be shut down as quickly as possible to limit the damage (an exhaust elbow overheat alarm would be an invaluable aid). Listed below are the engine components in the order that they are typically damaged if the engine continues to be run under load after a raw water pump failure:

  1. Wet exhaust system hoses, shutters, pipes, mixing elbows, waterlifts, mufflers, exhaust discharges, etc. NOTE: If the raw water flow is restored and engine operation resumed without the wet exhaust system being repaired, the damaged components are likely to breach and flood the vessel. See Wet Exhaust System Damage When Raw Water Flow Stops).
  2. Engine heat exchangers, oil coolers, charged air coolers, etc. See Minerals Coating Heat Exchangers and Coolers. See Heat Exchanger and Cooler Cracks Due To Overheating.
  3. Antifreeze (boiling & loss)
  4. Thermostat and temperature sensors, etc. NOTE: The engine’s overheat alarm will typically sound shortly before the sensors for the alarm and engine temperature gauges fail due to extreme heat. Beware, they are not to be trusted during and after an overheat. See Engine Sensor Damage that Results from an Engine Overheat.
  5. Engine wiring, hoses, gaskets, paint, etc.
  6. Pistons, rings and cylinders, etc. (scoring)
  7. Connecting rods, rod bearings, main bearings, valve train, etc. (lack of lubrication due to oil overheating, carbonizing,+)
  8. Engine Castings: Exhaust Manifolds, Heads, Cylinder Blocks, etc. See Engine Warping & Cracking that Results from Engine Overheating and possible “Hydrolocking“.

Most all of the damaged components above will require repair or replacement to return the engine to reliable service.

Installing an inexpensive exhaust elbow overheat alarm like the one below to give an early warning of a lack of adequate raw water flow is a excellent idea. When heeded, it can prevent most of the costly engine damage listed above.
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NOTE: Unlike the installation above, be sure to properly support and secure the wires from the alarm sensor so the wiring does not fail from engine vibration induced fatigue rendering the alarm inoperative. And remember to support the wires so they do NOT make contact with a potentially hot component of the exhaust system especially in the event that the raw water flow were to reduce or stop for some reason. NO unprotected wiring should be in close proximity to any wet exhaust system component. See Proper Marine Wiring Techniques.

Engines Affected

All engines fitted with Jabsco 5850-0001 “Two-Shaft” raw water pumps including:
LEHMANFORD Dagenham & Dorset Series based diesel engines
CHRIS CRAFT – M Series (131 to 158 HP)
PALMER – DH 120
KERMATH – Sea Rover
LATHROP – LH Master-LH6-LH – Atom
OSCO – Hercules Diesel 685
UNIVERSAL – Super 6-Model Z
HERCULES – JX
(plus others)

Fix” with new “Single-Shaft” Raw Water Pump

In the case of the Lehman marinized Ford UK engines, there is a “Single-Shaft” raw water pump with matching driven gear adapter that is available from suppliers like American Diesel Corp. NOTE: When installing this pump, remember to check the engine’s timing gears for wear. ANOTHER NOTE: This pump’s driven gear and shaft bearings should still be checked for wear periodically to prevent gear failure.
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If the old “Two-Shaft” pump is still usable, It can probably be sold on eBay, etc. or kept as a spare. NOTE: It is best to keep the impeller separate in a zip-lock bag and install when needed rather then have it take a “set” in the pump. Keep some dish soap or non-petroleum based lubricant to aid the installation and to keep the blades from tearing off before the pump primes with water.

Because of the volume and velocity of the raw water flow in the engine’s cooling system, as mentioned before it is good practice to use sweeping elbows like the one used on the pump’s top (output) hose below (or an elbow with an even broader sweep) to make the hose connections to the pump, instead of a sharp tight elbow that will impede the water flow.

Note that by loosening the pump adapter clamp bolt (see Blue Arrow below), the pump can be rotated slightly in the adapter so the upper water elbow moves closer to the engine block to make more room to access the fuel injection pump cambox oil drain, etc.

It is always good practice to paint or otherwise protect metals from rust and corrosion in a marine application. The pump and especially the iron drive adapter should therefore be prepped, primed and painted. This can be done before the pump and adapter are installed on the engine. Note that the pump and adapter above have yet to be painted

Note that the bottom (inlet) hose to the pump is double clamped. Ensure that the hose barb on the fitting is long enough to accommodate the two clamps. Otherwise, hose failure is near certain. See Hose Failures – Causes and Cures.

It is NOT good practice to let hoses “hang” by their fittings. Hoses often pull apart right at the fittings as they age especially when subjected to engine vibration. Hose failure can lead to engine overheating, flooding of the bilges, and even sinking of the vessel. Some have made the mistake of securing the hoses from the engine to the vessel’s structure, however, if the engine is “soft” mounted to the engine bed, this will put even more stress on the hoses which will cause the hoses to fail even sooner. That is why it is best practice to support and secure engine hoses to the engine within inches of the fittings. On the engine above, the pump’s upper (outlet) hose travels only a short distance to the engine oil cooler, so it does not really need to be additionally supported, but can be. The pump’s lower (Inlet) hose needs to be supported and secured to the engine, but this would require a bracket as shown below to be attached to the engine to support and secure the hose. The bracket would need to be strong enough to NOT flex and succumb to reverse bending fatigue from engine vibration. Depending on the location of the thru-hull, seacock, or seastrainer, a sweeping elbow for the hose to attach to the pump may also be required.

PIX of hose bracket*

Upgrade to 1″ Water Pump

In the case of the Lehman-Ford engine, you may want to consider upgrading from any of the 3/4″ pumps to the larger 1″ pump to increase raw water flow, provide better, and more even cooling which is especially desirable in warmer climates and on engines under heavier loads and engines with turbochargers where hotspots can increase internal wear and shorten engine life. Hose reducers may be required to fit the larger pump or you may want to also upgrade the raw water intake thru-hull, seacock, seastrainer, fittings, hoses, coolers, heat exchanger, exhaust elbow, etc. to 1″ as well. Most engines are due for new hoses anyway.

Removing the Pump Drive Adapter from the Engine

In some instances, it may be difficult to remove the pump drive adapter from the engine’s timing gear housing. This can be especially true if the drive adapter housing is aluminum and the engine is warm or it has been installed with something like Permatex hardening type sealant.

If the engine is warm and the drive adapter housing is aluminum, the aluminum may have expanded enough from the heat to lock the adapter in the cast iron timing gear housing. Packing ice in a Zip-Lock bag around the adapter housing may cool and shrink the aluminum enough for the adapter to fall out or come out with a minimum of side tapping with a soft mallet. The plastic headed mallet shown below is weighted, so use caution. NOTE: Don’t forget to remove the Inside-lower drive adapter mounting bolt (at 7 o’clock position).

PIX of Adapter, ice and mallet*

In a pinch, a shot from a CO2 fire extinguisher will chill and shrink the aluminum drive adapter housing for removal, but remember, once discharged, a CO2 fire extinguisher may leak out the rest of its CO2 and become useless for extinguishing fires until serviced.

PIX of CO2 Fire Extinguisher*

If you must, carefully drive a wood chisel between the drive adapter and the timing gear housing near the outside-lower adapter mounting bolt where it should do the least amount of damage.

PIX of Adapter and chisel*

NOTE: Whenever working on the raw water pump when the boat is afloat, be sure to turn off the raw water intake thru-hull’s seacock and plug the hoses, especially the seawater source hose (see Blue Arrow). Otherwise you may want to keep a copy of you insurance’s phone number handy in addition to the one kept on your boat so you won’t have to go diving for it the next morning when you come back to your boat to work on it.

NOTE: If the engine is cold and the adapter is stuck in the timing gear housing, it may be helpful to warm it up by running the engine or warming up the timing gear housing with the aid of a heat gun, heat lamp or torch, and then applying the ice to the adapter as above. Always use extreme care using any heat source such as a torch to avoid having to collect from your insurance policy.

In Review

The “Two-Shaft” raw water pump shaft couplings will wear and fail due to:
1 – Normal torsional pulses generated as the impeller climbs over the pump cam.
2 – Abnormal wear caused by lack of lubricant packed in coupling.
3 – Early failure of the short-lived shaft bearings from age and use.
4 – Typical damage to the bearings due to long periods of dormancy. “Flat spots”.
5 – Damage to the shaft bearings during initial installation or replacement.
The best way to prevent this failure is to inspect the shaft bearings and couplings regularly.
Consider upgrading to the “Single-Shaft” water pump.

Raw water flow to the engine will stop instantly when the coupling fails resulting in:
1 – Serious overheat damage to the wet exhaust system.
2 – Serious overheat damage to the engine.
A valuable upgrade to prevent this expensive damage is an Exhaust Elbow Overheat Alarm.

The Pump adapter driven gear will wear and damage the timing gears due to:
1 – Normal torsional pulses generated as the impeller climbs over the pump cam.
2 – Abnormal “play” in the pump shaft coupling slots and tangs.
3 – Excess “play” in the pump shaft bearings from wear or damage.
4 – Internal wear in the fuel injection pump damaging the engine timing gears.
The best way to prevent this expensive damage is to regularly inspect the gears for wear.

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Jabsco Impeller Guide from Defender.com
Spec/Data Sheets with exploded views, parts lists, & Repair Instructions*
Jabsco Model 5850-0001 Water Pump (Data Sheet #43000-0202)
^  From DepcoPump.com (©2000 Rev. 8/2000) (2 Pages)
^  From PumpVendor.com (©2002 Rev. 01/03) (2 Pages)
^  From DepcoPump.com (©2012 Rev B dated 10/2012) (2 Pages)
5850-0001_data_sheet_2012_page_1

5850-0001_data_sheet_2012_page_2

Parts Schematics with exploded views and parts lists ^ALSO SEE DataSheets ABOVE^
Lehman Operators Manual & Parts ID #4C61J.
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Page B17 shows that the drive coupling is only available with the bearing & shaft assembly #6.

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Lehman Operators Manual & Parts ID #4C91 – SD80‚120‚SP90‚135‚185‚225‚275 (Ford 2720+)

3/4″ Pump (shown with straight-cut gear)

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1″ Pump (shown with straight-cut gear)

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Ford SpecSheet - PSA XD88 Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PSA XD90 (4cyl) Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PSA XD90 (6cyl) Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PSA XD9? Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PSA XD93? Fs?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 4/75 Is?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 4/80 Is?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 4/85 Is?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 4/88 Is?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 4/90 Is?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 6/90 Is?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 4/9? Is?
Indenor SpecSheet - XDP 4/93? Is?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD75 Ms?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD80 Ms?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD85 Ms?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD88 Ms?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD90 (4cyl) Ms?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD90 (6cyl) Ms?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD9? Ms?
Mahandra SpecSheet - XD93? Ms?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD75 Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD80 Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD85 Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD88 Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD90 (4cyl) Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD90 (6cyl) Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD9? Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD93? Ps?
FORD⇐PSA (Peugeot-Citroën) XD Series (?-?)
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD2 Ps?
Peugeot SpecSheet - XD3 Ps?
FORD⇐PSA (Peugeot-Citroën) XUD Series (1982-2003?)
Ford SpecSheet - PSA XUD7 Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PSA XUD9 Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PSA XUD11 Fs?
FORD-PSA "DuraTorq" Series ZSD & TDCi Ranges (1999-2003?)
Ford SpecSheet - Ford ZSD-422 Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PT22 (ZSD-422) Fb9?
Ford SpecSheet - Ford ZSD-424 Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PT24 (ZSD-424) Fb9?
Ford SpecSheet - Ford TDCi 3.2 Fs?
Ford SpecSheet - PT32 (TDCi 3.2) Fb9?
MARINIZERS & MARKETERS: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
American Diesel Corp. (Bob Smith)
ADC SpecSheet - 4N91 (Ford 2722) As?
ADC SpecSheet - 6N120 (Ford 2725) As?
ADC SpecSheet - 6N125 (Ford 2725) As?
ADC SpecSheet - 6N130 (Ford 2725) As?
ADC SpecSheet - 6N136 (Ford 2725) As?
ADC SpecSheet - 6N140 (Ford 2725) As?
American Marine (Grand Banks)
AmMarine SpecSheet - 254? (Ford 2711E) As?
AmMarine SpecSheet - 380? (Ford 2714E) As?
Barr Marine
Barr SpecSheet - BD4 (Ford 2722) Ps?
Beta Marine
Beta SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Bs?
Beta SpecSheet - BD6 (Ford 2725) Ps?
Beta SpecSheet - BD3 (Ford BSD 333) Ps?
Beta SpecSheet - BD8 (Ford BSD 678) Ps?
Bomac Marine Power Corp.
Bomac SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Bs?
C-Power
C-Power SpecSheet - 4-90 (Ford? ?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 4-18 (Ford? ?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 4-425 (Ford? ?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 4-425-TCIC (Ford? ?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 4-450 (Ford? ?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 4-254 (Ford 2712?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 6-363-TC (Ford 2704ET?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 6-363-TCIC (Ford 2704ETi?) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 6/380 (Ford-Otosan 2725) Cs?
C-Power SpecSheet - 6-675 (Ford-CNH 7.5L) Cs?
CT Marine
CT Marine SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Cs?
Couach
Couach SpecSheet - DF 4 pêche (="Fishing") (Ford 2701E). Cs?
Couach SpecSheet - DF 4 Plaisance (="Pleasure") (Ford 2701E). Cs?
Couach SpecSheet - DF 6 pêche (="Fishing") (Ford 2703E). Cs?
DNT
DNT - ? (Ford ?) Ds?
EBRO
See FORD EBRO above
EBRO SpecSheet - 4D Mark-2 (Ford 4D Mk2) Es?
Econopower
Econopower SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Es?
Fenwick Groupe
Fenwick SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Fs?
Hawker Siddeley
Hawker Siddeley SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Hs?
Indenor
See FORD-PSA above.
Lancing Marine
Lancing SpecSheet - 2725E‚ET (Ford 2725) Ls
Lancing SpecSheet - FSD 2.5L 51hp‚ 61hp‚ 75hp (Ford FSD 425) Ls
Lancing SpecSheet - FSD 2.5L 65hp (Ford FSD 425) Ls
Lancing SpecSheet - XLD LP 1.8L & XLD 1.8L (Ford XLD-418) Ls?
Lees Marine (Listed by Ascending Base Engine Models & Horsepower)
Lees SpecSheet - Six·250 (Ford 2704ET) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Six·150 (Ford 2704ET) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Six·180 (Ford 2704ET) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Six·215 (Ford 2704ET) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Six·250 (Ford 2704ET) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Four·63 (Ford 2711E) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Four·75 (Ford 2712E) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Six·115 (Ford 2715E) Ls?
Lees SpecSheet - Six·120 (Ford 2715E) Ls1
Lees SpecSheet - Six·135 (Ford 2725) Ls2
Lees SpecSheet - Six·160 (Ford 2726T) Ls3
Lees SpecSheet - Six·225 (Ford 2728T) Ls4
Lehman Mfg. Co.
Lehman SpecSheet - 4D46 (Ford-PSA-Peugeot-Indenor XD90) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 4D50 & 4D61 (Ford-Indenor-Peugeot XD90) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 4D220 (EBRO 4D Mk2‚ Ford 4D‚ 4D Mk2) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 6D330 (Ford 6D Mk2) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 4D242 (Ford 2701E) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 6D330 (Ford 2703E) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 6D363? (Ford 2704E) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 6D363T (Ford 2704ET) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 4D254 (Ford 2701C?‚ 2712E) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - 6D380 (Ford 2704C?‚ 2715E) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - SD80 Standard (Ford 2722) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - SP90 Super (Ford 2722) Ls
Lehman SpecSheet - SD120 Standard (Ford 2725) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - SP135 Super (Ford 2725) Ls
Lehman SpecSheet - SP160 Super (Ford 2726T) Ls?
Lehman SpecSheet - SP185 Super (Ford 2726T) Ls
Lehman SpecSheet - SP225 Super (Ford 2728TI) Ls
Lehman SpecSheet - SP275 Super (Ford 2728TIM) Ls
Lehman SpecSheet - SP355 Super (Ford BSD 678) Ls
Mahindra
See FORD-PSA above.
Mermaid Marine (Listed Alphabetically)
Mermaid SpecSheet - 397 80hp (Ford Dorset 2712E 1/70∼12/82) Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - 595-ET 150hp & INT 180hp (Ford Dorset 2704ET 1/70∼12/82).-+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - 595-ET 210hp (Ford Dorset 2704ET 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - 595-TP (Turbo Plus) 250hp (Ford Dorset 2704ET 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Flat-Four 80hp (Ford Dorset 2712E 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Flat-Six 108hp (Con) & 120hp (Int) (Ford Dorset 2715E 1/70-12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Magnum 400hp (Ford BSD 678 5/90∼1993?).-++ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Magnum II 400hp (Ford-CNH Genesis 7.5L 1/95∼2003?).-+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Majestic 180hp (Ford Dorset 2704ET 1/70∼12/82) Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Majestic 188hp (Ford Dover 2726T 1/82∼12/84) Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Majestic 200hp (Ford Dover 2726T 1/85∼12/87) Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Majestic 212hp (Ford Dover 2726T 1/88∼12/94) Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Majestic 212hp (Ford-Otosan 2726T 1/95∼1/00?) Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Majestic 212hp (Ford DoverTech 2726T? 2/00∼2008?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Manta 180hp (Ford BSD 678 5/90∼1993?).-- Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Manta II 160hp (Ford-CNH Genesis 7.5L 1/05+).-- Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mariner 120hp (Ford Dorset 2715E 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mariner 128hp (Ford Dover 2725 1/82∼12/87)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mariner 135hp (Ford Dover 2725 1/88∼12/94)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mariner 135hp (Ford-Otosan 2725 1/95∼2/00?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mariner 135hp (Ford Dovertech 2725 2/00∼2008+)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Melody 80hp (Ford Dorset 2712E 1/70∼12/82) Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Melody 85hp (Ford Dover 2722E 1/82∼12/87) Ms^
^Mermaid SpecSheet - Melody 90hp (Ford Dover>Otosan 2722 1/88∼12/94)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Melody-II 90hp (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L 1/95∼2003?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Merlin 70hp (Ford FSD 425 4/87∼1999)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Meteor 54hp (Ford XLD 416 1984∼2008)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Meteor-II 56hp (Ford XLD 418 1984∼2008)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Meteorite 35hp (Ford XLD-416 1984∼2008) Ms?
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mirage 325hp (Ford BSD 678 5/90∼1993?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mirage-II 325hp (Ford-CNH Genesis 7.5L 1/95∼2003?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mistral 150hp (Ford Dorset 2704ET 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mistral 160hp (Ford Dover 2726T 1/82∼12/84)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mistral 175hp (Ford Dover 2726T 1/85∼12/87)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mistral 185hp (Ford Dover 2726T 1/88∼12/94)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mistral 185hp (Ford-Otosan 2726T 1/95∼2/00?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Mistral 185hp (Ford DoverTech 2726T 2/00∼2010?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Monarch 180hp (Ford Dorset 2704ET 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms?
Mermaid SpecSheet - Monarch 200hp (Ford Dover 2728TIM 1/82∼12/84)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Monarch 230hp (Ford Dover 2728TIM 1/85∼12/87)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Monarch 250hp (Ford Dover 2728TIM 1/88∼12/94)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Monarch 250hp (Ford-Otosan 2728TIM 1/95∼1/00?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Monarch 250hp (Ford DoverTech 2728TIM 2/00∼2010?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - PT22 (Ford ZSD-422 1999∼) Fb9?
Mermaid SpecSheet - PT24 (Ford ZSD-424 1999∼) Fb9?
Mermaid SpecSheet - PT32 (Ford Puma TDCi 3.2L 2006∼) Fb9?
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Four 105hp & 130hp (Ford Dorset 2712E 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Four 140hp (Ford Dover 2722 1/82∼12/84).-+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Four 155hp>180hp (Ford Dover 2722 1/85∼12/87).-+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Four 200hp (Ford Dover 2722 1/88∼12/94).-+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Four-II 200hp (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L 1995?∼2003?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Melody 145hp (Ford Dover 2722 1/88∼12/94).-+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Melody-II 180hp (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L 1995?∼2003?)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Merlin 110hp (Ford FSD 425 1984∼1999)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Merlin 130hp (Ford? FSD TCM 1984∼1999)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Merlin 130hp (Ford? FSD TIM 1984∼1999)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Plus 250??hp 275?hp (Ford Dorset 2704ET 1/70∼12/82)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Plus 260hp (Ford Dover 2728T 1/82∼12/84)._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Plus 275hp (Ford Dover 2728T 1/85∼12/87) DRAFT?._+ Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Plus 275hp (Ford Dover 2728T 1/85∼12/87).-- Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo-Plus 300hp (Ford Dover 2728T 1/88∼12/94).-- Ms
Mermaid SpecSheet - Turbo Plus 300hp (Ford-Otosan 2728T 1/95∼2010?) Ms
Northeast Ford Engines Inc.
Northeast Ford Engines Inc. SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Ns?
Otosan
See FORD-Otosan above.
Parsons Mathway Marine
Parsons SpecSheet - Pike‚ Porbeagle (Ford 4D Mk2‚ 2712E) Ps?
Parsons SpecSheet - Merlin‚ Barracuda‚ Barracuda Turbo (Ford 6D Mk2) Ps?
Parsons SpecSheet - Pike II‚ Porbeagle II (Ford 2701E) Ps?
Parsons SpecSheet - Force 12 (Ford 2704ET) Ps?
Parsons SpecSheet - Barracuda II (Ford 2715E) Ps?
Powermarine
Powermarine SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Ps?
PSA (Peugeot)
See FORD-PSA above.
Renault Marine Couach
Renault SpecSheet - DF 4 pêche (="Fishing") (Ford 2701E). Rs?
Renault SpecSheet - DF 4 Plaisance (="Pleasure") (Ford 2701E). Rs?
Renault SpecSheet - DF 6 pêche (="Fishing") (Ford 2703E). Rs?
Sabb
Sabb SpecSheet - F4.254 (Ford 2711E) Ss
Sabb SpecSheet - F6.380 (Ford 2714E) Ss
Sabre
Sabre SpecSheet - 80C‚ 90L‚ 160C‚ 190L (Ford 2722) Ss1
Sabre SpecSheet - 120‚ 135L (Ford 2725) Ss2
Sabre SpecSheet - 180C‚ 185L‚ 225L (Ford 2726T) Ss3
Sabre SpecSheet - 212C‚ 225L‚ 255C‚ 275L‚ 280C‚ 320L (Ford 2728T) Ss4
Sabre SpecSheet - 350C‚ 370L (Ford BSD 668?) Ss5
Sabre SpecSheet - 385C‚ 430L (Ford BSD 678) Ss6
Sabre SpecSheets - See Sabre Brochures: Sb↓
Sabre SpecSheet - 90L‚ 134L‚ 185L‚ 190L‚225L‚ 275L‚ 320L‚ 370L‚ 430L (Ford Dover & Ford-NHB "Brazilian") SbL.
Sabre SpecSheet - 80C‚ 120C‚ 160C‚ 180C‚ 212C‚ 255C‚ 280C‚ 350C‚ 385C (Ford Dover & Ford-NHB "Brazilian") SbC.
Seapower
Seapower SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Ss?
Stratos
Stratos SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Ss?
Tempest
Tempest SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Ts?
Thornycroft
Thornycroft SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Ts?
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 98 (Ford XLD-416) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 110 (Ford XLD-418) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 152 (Ford FSD 425) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 250 (Ford 2712E) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 251 (Ford 2722) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 360 (Ford 2713E) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 361 (Ford 2723) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 380 (Ford 2715E) Ts?.
Thornycroft SpecSheet - 381 (Ford 2725) Ts?
Vetus
Vetus SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.17 (Ford XDP 4/80) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.19 (Ford XDP 4/83) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.19 (Ford XDP 4/88) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.21 (Ford XDP 4/90) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.17 (Ford XUD7) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.19 (Ford XUD9) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.21 (Ford XUD11A) Vs?
Vetus SpecSheet - P4.25 (Ford XD3P) Vs?
Volvo Penta
Volvo Penta SpecSheet - MD21A (Ford XDP 4/90) Vs1
Volvo Penta SpecSheet - MD31A (Ford XDP 6/90) Vs2
Watermota
Watermota SpecSheet - Sea Panther Mk 2 (Ford "Kent" 1600) Ws?
Westerbeke
Westerbeke SpecSheet - L-25 (Ford "Kent" 1600 Petrol engine Dieselized by Watermota) Ws
Wortham Blake
Wortham Blake SpecSheet - ? (Ford ?) Ws?
Charts and Graphs: (Power & Torque Curves) ↓g↓
ΞVendorΞ Chart/Graph - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –g–
Lehman Power and Torque Curves‚ etc. - SP90 Super (Ford 2722) Ls
Lehman Power and Torque Curves‚ etc. - SP135 Super (Ford 2725) Ls
Lehman Power and Torque Curves‚ etc. - SP185 Super (Ford 2726T) Ls
Lehman Power and Torque Curves‚ etc. - SP225 Super (Ford 2728TI) Ls
Lehman Power and Torque Curves‚ etc. - SP275 Super (Ford 2728TIM) Ls
Lehman Power and Torque Curves‚ etc. - SP355 Super (Ford BSD 678) Ls
Pictures: ↓x↓
ΞVendorΞ Picture (View) - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –x–
Patents: ↓◊↓
ΞVendorΞ Patent – ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –◊–
Press Releases: (by Date: YYMMDD) ↓pr↓
ΞVendorΞ Press Release (ΞDATEΞ) - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –pr–
WaterMota PR (120523) WaterMota acquired by B&N Group in the Netherlands Wpr1
Model History: ↓h↓
ΞVendorΞ Model History - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –h–
Ford Diesel Engine Model Chart by Range & Year — Anchors Aweigh Academy Ah1
Serial Number Guides: (Date of Manufacture‚ Date Codes‚+) ↓#↓
ΞVendorΞ Serial Number Guide - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –#–
Ford Industrial Engine Production Dates by Serial Numbers — Jimcdbts J#
Installation Instructions: ↓i↓
ΞVendorΞ Installation Instructions - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –i–
Installation Drawings with Dimensions: ↓d↓
ΞVendorΞ Installation Diagram/Drawing - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –d–
Lehman InstallDrawings - SP90 Super (Ford 2722) Ls
Lehman InstallDrawings - SP135 Super (Ford 2725) Ls
Lehman InstallDrawings - SP185 Super (Ford 2726T) Ls
Lehman InstallDrawings - SP225 Super (Ford 2728TI) Ls
Lehman InstallDrawings - SP275 Super (Ford 2728TIM) Ls
Lehman InstallDrawings - SP355 Super (Ford BSD 678) Ls
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Majestic M212-B (8/95) (Ford 2726T) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mariner M135-B (1/94) (Ford 2725) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Merlin M70 (3/96) (Ford FSD 425) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Meteor II M56 (3/96) (Ford XLD 416) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mistral M185-B (3/95) (Ford 2726T) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Monarch M250-B (8/95) (Ford 2728TIM) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Four II M200-1 (1/96) (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Plus M300-B (8/95) (Ford 2728T) Md?
Mermaid InstallDrawings - SEE Mermaid Parts Catalogs: Mp↓
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Magnum 400A — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Magnum II 400 — 1/1995+ s#11000+ (Ford-CNH 7.5L) Mp10
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Majestic 180 — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp14
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Majestic 200 — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp2
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Majestic 210 — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp14
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Majestic 212-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Majestic 212-B — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Manta 180A — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Manta II 160A — 1/1995+ s#11000+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 7.5L) Mp11
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mariner 120 — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp13
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mariner 128 — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp1
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mariner 135-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mariner 135-B — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Melody 80 — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp13
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Melody 85 — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp1
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Melody II 90-1 — 1/1995+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Merlin 70 — 4/1987+ s#8495+ (Ford FSD 425) Mp4
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Meteor II 56 — 1/1994+ (Ford XLD-418) Mp7
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mirage 325A — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mirage II 325A — 1/1995+ s#11000+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 7.5L) Mp10
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mistral 150 — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp14
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mistral 175 — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp2
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mistral 185 — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Mistral 185-B — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Monarch 180 — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp15
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Monarch 250-B — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp3
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Monarch 250-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Monarch 250-B — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Four 140 — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp14
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Four 2?? — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp2
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Four II 2?? — 1/1994+ (Ford-NH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Melody II 160-1 — 1/1994+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Merlin 110 — 4/1987+ s#8495+ (Ford FSD 425) Mp4
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Plus ??? — 1/1970∼12/1982 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp15
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Plus 300B — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp3
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Plus 300-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid InstallDrawings - Turbo-Plus 300-B — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Sabre InstallDrawings - See Sabre Brochures: Sb↓
Sabre SpecSheet - 90L‚ 134L‚ 185L‚ 190L‚225L‚ 275L‚ 320L‚ 370L‚ 430L (Ford Dover & Ford-NHB "Brazilian") SbL.
Sabre SpecSheet - 80C‚ 120C‚ 160C‚ 180C‚ 212C‚ 255C‚ 280C‚ 350C‚ 385C (Ford Dover & Ford-NHB "Brazilian") SbC.
OpManuals: (Owner's/Operator's Handbooks/Manuals) ↓o↓
ΞVendorΞ OpManual - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –o–
Ford OpManual - 4D E1A “Dagenham” Agricultural Diesel Engines Fo1a
Ford OpManual - 4D ET? “Dagenham” Automotive Diesel Engines Fo1b
Ford OpManual - 4D 562E & 954E “Dagenham” Industrial Diesel Engines Fo1c
Ford OpManual - 4D Mark-2 E1A? “Dagenham” Agricultural Diesel Engines Fo2a
Ford OpManual - 4D Mark-2 530E & 6D Mark-2 510E “Dagenham” Automotive Diesel Engines Fo2b
Ford OpManual – 4D Mark-2 592E & 6D Mark-2 590E “Dagenham” Industrial Diesel Engines and 591E & 589E (4 & 6 cylinder) Industrial Petrol Engines - PLUS partual info on Pre-Mark-2 4D “Dagenham” Tractor & Truck Diesel and Petrol Engines Fo2c.
Ford OpManual - 2700 Range 2701E‚ 2703E‚ 2704E‚ 2706E‚ 2708E‚ 2709E Early "Dorset" Diesel Engines Fo3a
Ford OpManual - 2704ET Range "Dover" Diesel Engines Fo3?
Ford OpManual - 2700C Range 2701C‚ 2703C‚ 2704C "C" Suffix "Parent Bore" Early-to-Late "Dorset" Transition Diesel Engines Fo3?
Ford OpManual - 2710 Range 2711E‚ 2712E‚ 2713E‚ 2714E‚ 2715E Late "Dorset" Diesel Engines Fo3b
Ford OpManual - 2720 Range 2722‚ 2723‚ 2725‚ 2726T‚ 2726TG‚ 2726TM‚ 2728T "Dover" Diesel Engines Fo4a
Ford OpManual - 2720 Range "DoverTech" Diesel Engines Fo4b
Ford OpManual - M Series (BSD-678) NHB "Brazilian" Diesel Engines Fo5a
Ford OpManual - TA Range (4.4‚ 5.0‚ 6.6‚ 7.5) CNH "Genesis" Diesel Engines Fo5b
Ford OpManual - 1600 (A711M) "Kent" (Ford KSG416) Dieselized by Watermota Fo6
Ford OpManual - 2400 Range (Ford 2401E & 2402E) "York" Diesel Engines Fo7a
Ford OpManual - FSD Range (FSD 425) "York" Diesel Engines Fo7b
Ford OpManual - XLD Range "Lynx/Endura DE & DI" Diesel Engines Fo8
Ford OpManual - XDP Range "Indenor" (Peugeot) Diesel Engines Fo9a
Ford OpManual - XUD Range "PSA" (Peugeot) Diesel Engines Fo9b
Ford OpManual - ZSD Range & TDCi Range "Puma/TuraTorq" Diesel Engines Fo10
Lehman OpManual - 4D50 & 4D61 #4CB1 (Ford-Indenor-PSA-Peugeot XD90) Lo1.
Lehman OpManual - 4D242‚254‚ 6D363‚TC‚380 #4C61J (Ford 2700 & 2710) Lo2
Lehman OpManual - SD80‚ SD120‚ SP90‚ SP135‚ SP185‚ SP225‚ SP275 #4C91 (Ford 2720) Lo3
Lehman OpManual - SP90‚ SP135‚ SP185‚ SP225‚ SP275 #4C91C (Ford & Otosan 2720) Lo4
Mermaid OpManual - Dover Series (Ford 2720 Range) Mo32
Mermaid OpManual - Meermin & Minuet (Leyland 15V & 18V) Mo42
Renault OpManual - RC80D‚140D & RC210D Diesel Engines (Ford 2700) (French) Ro?
Vetus OpManual - P4.25 #STM0122 (Ford-Indenor XD3P) Vo?.
Westerbeke OpManual - L25 (Ford "Kent" ⇒ Watermota Sea Panther Mk-2) Wm?.
Watermota OpManual - Sea Panther Mark-2 (Dieselized Ford "Kent") Wm1
Parts Catalogs: (with Exploded Views & Parts Lists) ↓p↓
ΞVendorΞ Parts Catalog - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) –p–
Ford Parts Catalog - 4D Range "Dagenham" Agricultural Diesel Engines Fp
Ford Parts Catalog - 4D & 6D Range "Dagenham" Automotive Diesel Engines Fp
Ford Parts Catalog - 4D & 6D Range "Dagenham" Industrial Diesel Engines Fp
Ford Parts Catalog - 2700 Range Early "Dorset" Automotive Diesel Engines Fp
Ford Parts Catalog - 2700 Range Early "Dorset" Diesel Engines Fo
Ford Parts Catalog - 2710 Range Late "Dorset" Diesel Engines Fo
Ford Parts Catalog - 2720 Range "Dover" Diesel Engines Fo
Ford Parts Catalog - 2400 Range (Ford 2401E & 2402E) "York" Diesel Engines Fo7a
ADC Parts List - ADC 4N91 (Ford 2722?) Ap
ADC Parts List - ADC 6N136 (Ford 2725?) Ap
ADC Parts List - ADC 6N140 (Ford 2725?) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman 4D220 (Ford 592E) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman 6D330-120 (Ford 590E) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman 4D254-80 (Ford 2712E) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman 6D380-120 (Ford 2715E) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman SP90 (Ford 2722E) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman SP135 (Ford 2725E) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman SP160 (Ford 2726T) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman SP185 (Ford 2728T) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman SP225 (Ford 2728T) Ap
ADC Parts List - Lehman SP275 (Ford 2728T) Ap
ADC Parts List - Watermota Sea Lion 120 (Ford 2715E) Ap
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 98 (Ford XLD-416) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 110 (Ford XLD-418) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 152 (Ford FSD 425) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 250 (Ford 2712E) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 251 (Ford 2722) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 360 (Ford 2713E?) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 361 (Ford 2723?) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 380 (Ford 2715E) Ap?.
ASAP Parts List - Thornycroft 381 (Ford 2725) Ap?.
Emmark Parts List - Ford Tractor Ep.
Lancing PriceBook - Lancing‚ Bowman‚ etc. (Ford 2700+‚ 2710+‚ 2720+‚ FSD‚ XLD & XUD) Lp
Lehman Parts Catalog - 4D50 & 4D61 #4CB1 (Ford-Indenor-PSA-Peugeot XD90) Lo
Lehman Parts Catalog - 4D242‚254‚ 6D363‚TC‚380 #4C61J (Ford 2700+ & 2710+) Lo
Lehman Parts Catalog - SD80‚120‚SP90‚135‚185‚225‚275 #4C91 (Ford 2720+) Lo
Lehman Parts Catalog - SP90‚135‚185‚225‚275 #4C91C (Ford & Otosan 2720+) Lo
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Magnum — 5/90∼1993? (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Magnum II — 1/95∼2003? s#11000+ (Ford-CNH 7.5L) Mp10
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Majestic — 1/70∼12/82 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp14
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Majestic — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp2
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Majestic — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Majestic — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Manta — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Manta II — 1/1995+ s#11000+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 7.5L) Mp11
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mariner — 1/70∼12/82 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp13
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mariner — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp1
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mariner — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mariner — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Melody — 1/70∼12/82 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp13
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Melody — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp1
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Melody II — 1/1995+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Merlin — 4/1987+ s#8495+ (Ford FSD 425) Mp4
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Meteor II — 1/1994+ (Ford XLD-418) Mp7
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mirage — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mirage II — 1/1995+ s#11000+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 7.5L) Mp10
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mistral — 1/70∼12/82 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp14
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mistral — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp2
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mistral — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Mistral — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Monarch — 1/70∼12/82 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp15
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Monarch — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp3
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Monarch — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Monarch — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Four — 1/70∼12/82 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp14
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Four — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp2
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Four II — 1/1994+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Melody II — 1/1994+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Merlin — 4/1987+ s#8495+ (Ford FSD 425) Mp4
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Plus — 1/70∼12/82 To s#7000 (Ford Dorset) Mp15
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Plus — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp3
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Plus — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Parts Catalog - Turbo-Plus — 2/2000+ s#12000+ (Ford DoverTech) Mp12
Renault Parts Catalog - RC2.60‚3.90‚4.130‚ BD2‚ DX2‚ DX4‚ DX6‚ RC5‚ RC5D‚ RC7D‚ RC9D‚ RC11D‚ RC12D‚ RC15‚ RC18D‚ RC20D‚ RC25D‚ RC28D‚ RC30D‚ RC35E‚ RC40D‚ RC45D‚ RC55D‚ RC80D‚ RC120D‚ RC130D‚ RC140D‚ RC140DS‚ RC145D‚ RC160DS‚ RC180D‚ RC210D‚ RC210DF‚ RC240DTS‚ DF4‚ DF6 & DF6T Diesel Engines (Ford 2700) (English) Rp?
Watermota Parts Catalog - Sea Panther Mark-2 (Dieselized Ford "Kent") Wm1
Westerbeke Parts Catalog - L25 (Ford "Kent" ⇒ Watermota Sea Panther Mk-2) Wm?.
Parts Bulletins: (by Date: YYMMDD) ↓pb↓
ΞVendorΞ Parts Bulletin (ΞDATEΞ) - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –pb–
Shop Manuals: (Repair/Service/Technical/Workshop Manuals) ↓m↓
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Ford Service Manual - D Range "Dagenham" 4D E1A Agricultural Diesel Engines Fm1
Ford Service Manual - D Range "Dagenham" 4D ET Automotive Diesel Engines Fm1a
Ford Service Manual - D Range "Dagenham" 4D 562E & 954E Industrial Diesel Engines Fm1b
Ford Service Manual - D Mk-2 Range "Dagenham" 4D E1A? Agricultural Diesel Engines Fm2
Ford Service Manual - D Mk-2 Range "Dagenham" 4D 530E & 6D 510E Automotive Diesel Engines Fm2a
Ford Service Manual - D Mk-2 Range "Dagenham" 4D 592E & 6D 590E Industrial Diesel Engines Fm2b
Ford Service Manual - 2700 Range "Early Dorset" Agricultural Diesel Engines Fm3
Ford Service Manual - 2700 Range "Early Dorset" 2701E‚3‚4‚6‚8‚9 Automotive Diesel Engines Fm3a
Ford Service Manual - 2700 Range "Early Dorset" 2701E‚ 2703E‚ 2704E‚ 2706E‚ 2708E & 2709E Industrial Diesel Engines Fm3b
Ford Service Manual - 2700 & 2710 Range "Dorset" Agricultural Diesel Engines Fm4
Ford Service Manual - 2700 & 2710 Range "Dorset" Automotive Diesel Engines Fm4a
Ford Service Manual - 2700 & 2710 Range "Dorset" 2701E‚ 2703E‚ 2704E‚ 2704ET‚ 2701C‚ 2703C‚ 2704C‚ 2711E‚ 2712E‚ 2713E‚ 2714E & 2715E Industrial Diesel Engines Fm4b
Ford Service Manual - 2720 Range "Dover" Agricultural Diesel Engines Fm5
Ford Service Manual - 2720 Range "Dover" 2722‚23‚25‚26T‚28T Automotive Diesel Engines Fm5a
Ford Service Manual - 2720 Range "Dover" ESD Series ESD-442 (2722)‚ ESD-659 (2723)‚ ESD-660T (2726T & 2728T) & ESD-662 (2725) Industrial Diesel Engines Fm5b
Ford Service Manual - 2720 Range "Dover" 2722‚23‚25‚26T‚28T Marine Diesel Engines Fm5c
Ford Service Manual - 2720 Range "DoverTech" 2725‚26T‚28T Automotive Diesel Engines Fm5a2
Ford Service Manual - 2720 Range "DoverTech" ESD Industrial Diesel Engines Fm5b2
Ford Service Manual - M Series NHB "Brazilian" BSD-678 Diesel Engines Fm6
Ford Service Manual - TA Range CNH "Genesis" 4.4‚ 5.0‚ 6.6‚ 7.5 Diesel Engines Fm7
Ford Service Manual - CNH Tractor "Genesis" 4.4‚ 5.0‚ 6.6‚ 7.5 Diesel Engines Fm7a
Ford Service Manual - TA Range (7.5) CNH "Genesis" Diesel Engines Mm1
Ford Service Manual - 1600 (A711M) "Kent" (Ford KSG416) Dieselized by Watermota Fm
Ford Service Manual - 2400 Range (2401E & 2402E) "York" Diesel Engines Fm7a
Ford Service Manual - FSD Range "York" (FSD 425) Diesel Engines Fm7b
Ford Service Manual - XLD Range "Lynx/Endura DE & DI" Diesel Engines Fm
Ford Service Manual - XDP Range "Indenor" (Peugeot) Diesel Engines Fm
Ford Service Manual - Peugeot XUD Range "PSA" (Peugeot) Diesel Engines Fm
Ford Service Manual - Peugeot XUD7 & XUD9 Vm?.
Ford Service Manual - ZSD Range & TDCi Range "Puma/TuraTorq" Diesel Engines Fm
Mermaid Service Manual - Mirage II & Magnum II (Ford-CNH "Genesis" 7.5L) Mm1
Peugeot Service Manual - XUD7 & XUD9 (Vetus P4.17 & P4.19) Vm?.
Vetus Service Manual - P4.17 & P4.19 #STM0167 (Ford-Indenor XUD7 & XUD9) Vm?.
Watermota Service Manual - Sea Panther Mark-2 (Dieselized Ford "Kent" 1600cc) Wm1
Westerbeke Service Manual - L25 (Ford "Kent" ⇒ Watermota Sea Panther Mk-2) Wm?.
Wiring Diagrams: ↓w↓
ΞVendorΞ Wiring Diagram - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –w–
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - SEE Mermaid Parts Catalogs Mp
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Magnum 400A — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Majestic 212-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Manta 180A — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Mariner 135-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Melody II 90-1 — 1/1995+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Mirage 325A — 5/1990?+ (Ford BSD 678) Mp5
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Mistral — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Monarch 250-B — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp3
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Monarch 250-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Turbo-Four II 2?? — 1/1994+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Turbo-Melody II 160-1 — 1/1994+ (Ford-CNH Genesis 5.0L) Mp8
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Turbo-Plus 300B — 1/1982+ s#7000+ (Ford Dover) Mp3
Mermaid Wiring Diagrams - Turbo-Plus 300-B — 1/1994+ s#11000+ (Ford-Otosan) Mp6
TechVids: (Technical Videos: Service Training‚+) ↓v↓
ΞVendorΞ TechVids (ΞDATEΞ) - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –v–
Service Bulletins: (by Date: YYMMDD) ↓sb↓
ΞVendorΞ Service Bulletin (ΞDATEΞ) - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –sb–
Safety Data Sheets: (Material SDS‚ Pathogen SDS‚+) ↓sd↓
ΞVendorΞ SDA – ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –sd–
Product Recalls: ↓r↓
ΞVendorΞ Recall - ΞProductsΞ (ΞNotesΞ) — ΞCreatorΞ – ΞSourceΞ –r–
Other Documentation: ↓?↓
BomacMarine.com BW?
^ Lehman Ford Routine Maintenance GuideBomac BA
^ What a Ford-Lehman Engine Rebuild Consists OfBomac BA
TractorData.com: T
^ Fordson E1A New Major Tractors (1952∼1958) w/Serial Numbers & Years TDn
^ ^ Fordson E1A New Major Tractor (4D) Engines TDne
^ ^ Fordson E1A New Major Tractor Power Tests TDs
^ Fordson Power Major Tractors (1958∼1961) w/Serial Numbers & Years TDp
^ ^ Fordson Power Major Tractor (4D Mk2) Engines TDpe
^ ^ Fordson Power Major Tractor Power Tests TDs
^ ^ ^ Fordson Power Major Tractor Power (Nebraska 685) Tests TDs
^ Fordson Farm Major Tractors (1959∼1962) w/Serial Numbers & Years TDf
^ ^ Fordson Farm Major Tractor (4D Mk2) Engines TDfe
^ Fordson Super Major Tractors (1960∼1964) w/Serial Numbers & Years TDs
^ ^ Fordson Super Major Tractor (4D Mk2) Engines TDs
^ ^ Fordson Super Major Tractor Power Tests TDs
^ ^ ^ Fordson Super Major (Ford 5000) Tractor Power (Nebraska 845) Tests TDs
Tractor Fandom Wiki - Ford Articles Index w/Links (People‚ Places‚ Ford Company) TF
^ Ford Motor Company TFa
^ ^ Ford Basildon TFa
^ ^ Ford Dagenham TFa
^ ^ Ford Tractors TFa
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http://www.trawlerforum.com/forums/s6/lehman-120-raw-water-pump-3215-2.html
Our original pump failed in 2006 … replaced it with a new Jabsco. They see lots and lots of these engines and are a very reputable yard yet they didn’t know about the design flaw in the adapter. Well of course late in the afternoon in 2009 at the start of a night crossing of the Chesapeake the adapter failed and I had to replace the whole thing while being towed.
www.marineengine.com/boat-forum/showthread.php?169779-Lehman-2715E-water-pump

POST: “my surveyor says i have the old style water pump drive shaft. She recommends I replace it with a compact water pump that doesn’t use a drive shaft. Q: Is that good advice, and where can I get such a thing?”

REPLY: “The Lehman’s originally came with what you see on your engine. There is a weak spot in the system which is the screwdriver like connection between the driven gear that goes into the engine and the pump part which is aft and has the hoses connected to it. The screwdriver side will eventually break off and stop driving the pump. This leads to almost instant overheating due to loss of seawater coolant to the heat exchanger. Lehmans are very sensitive to overheating which is an expensive complication.
There is a replacement pump available which does away with the old style connection and problem. The new style comes in two sizes the 3/4″ or the 1″. The 3/4″ moves as much water as the original pump did. The 1″ moves more, which results in some extra cooling capacity, possibly good for your transmission and/or oil coolers.
Replacement parts for the old style drive system are getting hard to come by, old stock is all that is available IF you can find it. Bob Smith at American Diesel is often listed as a good source. He was VP of Lehman’s marinization project when the engines were first converted for marine use. Other distributors are certainly able to provide the same parts.
I would recommend that you either carry the new style pump as a spare for when yours goes bad, or better yet, buy and install the new pump and keep the old one and its associated pieces as your spare. By installing the new pump you insure that it fits, works, and that you have all the right hoses and fittings. The old one onboard as a spare insures you against some unforseen occurance like sucking a bunch of sand into the pump which scores the backing plate too much to pump water. I think your surveyors advice is sound. K”
T&T: Lehman raw water pump

POST: >I need to know what raw water pump these engines generally used, and impellor numbers

REPLY: The original water pump for the Ford Lehman 120 (don’t know about the FL135) was a Jabsco pump with a Lehman-designed drive unit that coupled the pump to the drive gear in the accessory case on the front of the engine. The impeller for the still-manufactured Jabsco pump is part number 1210-0003.
The Jabsco pump is a reasonably reliable unit. The Lehman-designed drive unit is not. Bob Smith at American Diesel, who designed the drive unit back when he was at Lehman Bros. told me that while it was the best solution at the time, it has proven to be trouble-prone. In fact, he told me it was the only component of the Lehman 120 marinization kit to have ever had a factory recall issued against it. Apparently the drive unit was very tricky to manufacture, and the design proved to have some weak spots. The most common problem is wear, cracking, and eventual failure of the “blade” end of the driveshaft, the end that mates into the drive slot on the Jabsco pump. When this blade finally breaks, the Jabsco pump stops turning and the engine temperature will soar. If it’s not caught immediately and the engine shut down, expensive damage to the engine will occur. While the pump is still available new, the Lehman drive unit is not. They can only be rebuilt and according to Bob, rebuilds are never very long-lived.
The solution, which we had applied to our boat last year when we discovered a cracked drive shaft end on one of our pump drive units, is to replace the Jabsco pump and Lehman drive unit with a new Johnson pump. These do not have the potential failure modes of the Lehman drive unit, and the pump itself is supposed to be better than the Jabsco pump. The “normal” size of Johnson pump for the FL120 is 3/4.” However the slightly more expensive 1″ version used on the FL135 will mount on the FL120 just fine using hose adaptors. We have the 1″ pump on our engines because the 3/4″ pump had a long manufacturing backlog at the time. One advantage of the 1″ pump is that it moves more water through the system. We don’t notice any difference in the engine temperature at cruise, but there is a noticeable reduction (by feel) of the transmission temperatures, which is a Good Thing.
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    Us tech guys at Jabsco and Rule thought “How cool would it be to show what’s going on inside an impeller pump!”. Well, with the help of our machinist who made us a clear end-cover and the addition of some dish-washing liquid, we were able to show you how the vanes fold over and push the liquid out of the pump head. Remember, don’t try this at home but it is wicked cool!
  • Jabsco – Using an Impeller Puller – PN 50070-0200 et al. from JabscoMarine
    Is your boat’s engine running hot? Have you changed the impeller recently? No? So you go to check the impeller by removing the end-cover and what do you see…an impeller that once had 10 blades now has 6 and those are hanging on by a thread. You remembered that you already have a spare impeller in a Ziploc bag with a funky tool but you don’t know how to use it. Watch this video and we’ll show you how to use our most popular Jabsco impeller puller, the 50070-0200.
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