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Neoprene impellers are used for pumping water.
Nitrile impellers are used for pumping fuel.

How to Remove Your Old Impeller

To ensure that you do not damage your pump components when removing an old impeller it is recommended to use the special impeller puller which aids in clamping round the impeller to simply slide out of the pump. Using other tools to remove impellers often cause damage to the pump internal components which can affect the pump performance.

How to Fit Your New Impeller

Start by lubricating the shaft, the inside of the pump body and the end cover which will help when inserting the impeller and prevent damage from dry-running the pump at initial start-up. Mount the impeller by making a pushing and twisting movement in the rotating direction. Lubricated impellers should not be stored for extended periods of time. Your engine should be run after installation of a new impeller to wash out the lubrication. These recommendations also apply to any service work on the pump and its components that require the use of lubrication inside the pump for assembly and start-up.

Remember it is important to always carry spare impellers on board in case of an emergency. The impeller is one of the most vital components of the engine cooling system and should always be treated as such.

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