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Old 07-11-2013, 08:40 AM   #1
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Greetings,

In the process of replacing the household water pump in the Inspire. Not in a toot as we will be hooked up until we get home.

CC tells me it is a flowjet. Has anyone found the best pump for replacement/upgrade?

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Old 07-11-2013, 08:54 AM   #2
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Not sure if your plumbing can handle it, but our coach has a Headhunter Mach 5 water pump in her.

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Not sure if your plumbing can handle it, but our coach has a Headhunter Mach 5 water pump in her.

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Wow! Neat pump. 20 gpm might be a little overkill for our deal. I could be wrong, but I am thinking we should stick with a 12V DC pump.
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Wasn't sure but thought I'd throw it out there. Our coach is rather unique and the pump is 110V AC. I've never had problems with Flowjet in my other coaches.
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Thanks John. Too bad they don't make a similar pump in 12V. Do you think the Sureflows are as good as the Flowjets?
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I've also been investigating 12V pumps to have a spare for the eventual failure of the existing pump. My previous coach had Shurflo and it was a good pump. Also, I believe Shurflo offers a 2 year warranty on their pumps vs. one year on Flojet.
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I'm not sure the mounting holes are the same for the Flojet and SureFlow. I replaced my Flojet with a new one of the same model. My flow/pressure was OK, but the diaphragm was leaking and the pump ran intermittently for a few seconds to build the pressure back up.

Maybe someone has replaced their Flojet with another brand and can tell us about the mounting holes.
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