Stus-List Recirculating pump

sam.c.salter at gmail.com sam.c.salter at gmail.com
Sun May 31 18:05:22 EDT 2015


‎The hose from pump outlet to heat exchanger is quite a complex shape, with some tight clearances around the pulleys. I'd fork out for a Yanmar hose (I did). If the first one lasted 30 years, this one will probably see you out. 

sam :-)
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Ordinary automotive heater hose will work fine, and it will last about as 
long as it does in a car, which is quite a while. Most of us don't drive 
around in 30 year old cars, but we do sail around in 30 year old boats, so 
the fact that the original hoses are getting tired shouldn't deter us from 
using the same type as original hoses. Silicone hose is available from speed 
shops, and the blue or green colour would look cool too, but at a price. It 
has more heat and chemical resistance, but with slightly less mechanical 
strength, so the tube walls are made thicker.

Steve Thomas
C&C20 MKIII
Port Stanley, ON
On the hard, in the rain.

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From: "Michael Crombie via CnC-List" <cnc-list at cnc-list.com>
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Sent: Sunday, May 31, 2015 10:33
Subject: Stus-List Recirculating pump


Hi all,

The bearings were starting to go on my freshwater coolant recirculating 
pump. I have a Yanmar 2GM20F. I decided to tackle the job myself and 
yesterday I removed the old pump. While disconnecting the hoses, I noticed 
that most of them also need replacing.

Can anyone tell me what type of hose should be used for this application?

Thanks,
Mike

Atacama
CC 33 mk ii
Toronto

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