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bucky
01-15-2006, 01:35 AM
Probably the first post to cover this topic EVER! Changed this out late last year. The only sign of trouble was a rise in temp of about 2 degrees under hard use. Very hard to tell unless you're paranoid.

bucky
01-15-2006, 01:36 AM
And don't forget to clean your cooler.
Edit: ignore the date. I can't program my VCR either.

PendO
01-15-2006, 01:41 AM
Man, that is shredded ... I am thinking about replacing the ballast impellers with these Globe run dry impellers

THE ONLY IMPELLER IN THE WORLD THAT'S GUARANTEED TO RUN DRY FOR 15 MINUTES! (http://www.globecomposite.com/nav.php?products_impeller) ... I bet they also make one that would work in the water pump ... wonder if it would last longer?

bigmac
01-15-2006, 10:28 AM
Man, that is shredded ... I am thinking about replacing the ballast impellers with these Globe run dry impellers

THE ONLY IMPELLER IN THE WORLD THAT'S GUARANTEED TO RUN DRY FOR 15 MINUTES! (http://www.globecomposite.com/nav.php?products_impeller) ... I bet they also make one that would work in the water pump ... wonder if it would last longer?I believe that Indmar uses Johnson pumps. Which model is it, and which of these dry-run impellers is appropriate?

Tom023
01-15-2006, 10:33 AM
I have a globe impeller in mine right now, so far no problems, but as long as you change every year, I believe all that is necessary is a good quality one. Mine uses the #BRC-100V (Johnson #09-812B replacement), which cost $26 when I bought it, inflation I guess.

http://store.hamiltonmarine.com/search.htm?step=2&viewfrom=1&numresults=40&searchterm=impeller