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Old 11-24-2011, 02:26 AM   #15
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Replaced one for my dad in a Bounder. He wondered why the shops get extra money to work on motor homes. EVERYTHING is hard to reach and difficult.
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Old 11-24-2011, 09:45 AM   #16
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my hardest part of this post is to look above and i never got a reply from the man jimelliot i will see you again in the future
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Old 11-24-2011, 10:46 AM   #17
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My Pace Arrow had sit for many years and antifreeze looked great. I drove it home and just the other day when repairing some wiring under the front I noticed the waterpump was seeping. Seals finally gave way. Its going to be fun changing but I wonder what caused it to leak. Seals should be the ceramic type and normally won't just fail unless bearings are really worn. There is absolutely no play in the WP shaft. I'll change it out with a rebuilt one. I have the one off my old Winnebago which was a new one installed by the previous owner with very low miles that I'll keep as a spare. I'd install it but I'm hesitant due to the length of time it sat dry! I'm going to replace all hoses/belts etc when I swap it out anyways.
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Old 11-24-2011, 02:38 PM   #18
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to get to mine i had to pull the cross member to access. mine didnt leak but the fan was ready to come off
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Posted by a forum moderator 11/7/2011:

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my hardest part of this post is to look above and i never got a reply from the man jimelliot i will see you again in the future
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thanks george i never met him but i could call him he died of strange 4 lung cancer i could not figure why no response till nov.5 ill miss you jim elliot
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sorry for spelling dont know how to edit. should be "stage 4" he passed early november. he did get one last rv trip. jim save my a good spot beside your rig
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