1700 & 27000 Pump series technical guide - 6 Pages

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1700 & 27000 Pump series technical guide

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The Original Engine Cooling Pump Since 1921 17000 and 27000 Pump Series Technical Guide

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Assembly / Disassembly Instructions The following assembly/disassembly procedures apply to all 17000 Series pumps. Deviations from pump to pump are primarily a result of different methods of drive and mounting. Pump model numbers can be found stamped into the cover plate of the pump. A. Remove the three bolts (1 ) and lock washers (2) from the pump cover (3). The cover and o-ring (4) are now free. The impeller end cap (5) can be pried off with a screwdriver. Normally, impellers (7) can be removed by using the 23631 impeller puller (or 3/4" - 16 bolt) for the 17000 threaded impeller, the...

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Assembly / Disassembly Instructions (continued) D. Press the bearing and shaft assembly into the housing (18). In applicable pump models, replace the internal snap ring (17). On newer model pumps, the bearings will be flush to the end of the housing or slightly protruding, and will be retained with the flange adapter (24). The adapter (24) may be reassembled to the pump housing (18) at this time with the two or four bolts (21 ) as applicable. The use of Loctite #262 or equivalent is recommended on the adapter bolts. Torque the adapter bolts to 18 ft-lbs. E. The seal seat (14) is now...

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Assembly / Disassembly Instructions (continued) * Denotes pump used 23799 mechanical seal * Denotes pump used 23799 mechanical seal

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Preventative Maintenance The #1 reason for premature engine wear is overheating. To maintain engine performance, insist upon genuine Sherwood impellers and service kits. leasure Boati Every year (High RPM.Silt or Sand) (High Hours) Severe Duty (High RPM.Silt or Sand) Every year Every year Every year

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The #1 reason for premature engine wear is overheating. To maintain engine performance, insist upon genuine Sherwood impellers and service kits. Recommended inspection to be performed at any service interval: ly or if any of the conditions exist, as in the picture below.* wear is evident to maintain pump flow and suction performance. maintain pump flow and suction performance. V^^B/ f| ^P» .V Grooving of lip seal area or heavy fretting of the mm ^àmmm^^ impeller end shaft will require shaft replacement. ^^L»ÉB» ^ X—~x Replace at major pump rebuild or if in doubt. \. y Genuine Sherwood Tech...

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