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Jemaki

Impeller..

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I think I have had my moneys worth out of that one!..

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The big question is, where are the bits???? Time for a heat exchanger cleanout methinks..... An any oil coolers along the plumbing.

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The bits! Had a wild time on my beta marine Engine cleaning the heat exchanger and more importantly keeping it water tight due to really rubbish access. 
Now I change the impeller every season

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They can really cause grief with outboards being raw water cooled when they break up. Blocked tale tales, jammed themostats and bits all over the cooling water courses. I too chànged it every season.

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I might add that we have only recently purchased the boat so it was an inherited negligence, having been a boat owner for 10yrs or more changing the impeller would be an annual event.

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