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Old 01-13-2005, 05:35 PM   #1
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My friend has a Brave and there is water leaking from the pump head. Is there a rebuild kit for these pumps. It's a sureflo pump ( 2088-403-144 ). This is the number on the lable. Thanks...
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My friend has a Brave and there is water leaking from the pump head. Is there a rebuild kit for these pumps. It's a sureflo pump ( 2088-403-144 ). This is the number on the lable. Thanks...
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You can rebuild if the housing is in good condition, or you can replace the head but the cost and time is not much less than a new pump.
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Thanks, I really don't what happen but today it stopped leaking. I'm not really sure what the problem was. Yesterday I did tighten the fittings and cleaned the screen. It might have been a fluk.. Thanks for your replay. Ralph, Sissy and Rosey
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