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skicrazy

Impeller cover bolts - snapped

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skicrazy

I have a 04 RLXi and the impeller went on it the other day. Replacement went fine, but I decided to take a look at the new one once back in the garage. Unfortunately, I snapped one of the small brass cover bolts when putting on the impeller cover. Luckily, I was miraculously able to extract the entire bolt.

Anyone have an idea of the size of the bolt? My best guess is #10-32 x 3/8. However, I bought a #10-32 x 1/2 thinking I could use washers to fill the gap, BUT I have feeling that the originals are metric bolts. Are the origs. metric?

It's an Indmar raw water pump (68-5001). I've looked all over the web for specs but have turned up nothing useful.

Any help?

Thanks.

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CarveItUp

Hi Ken,

I'm not sure of the size but I found the bolt on skidim.com. Want me to order some when I order the impellers?

Cheers,

Mike

I have a 04 RLXi and the impeller went on it the other day. Replacement went fine, but I decided to take a look at the new one once back in the garage. Unfortunately, I snapped one of the small brass cover bolts when putting on the impeller cover. Luckily, I was miraculously able to extract the entire bolt.

Anyone have an idea of the size of the bolt? My best guess is #10-32 x 3/8. However, I bought a #10-32 x 1/2 thinking I could use washers to fill the gap, BUT I have feeling that the originals are metric bolts. Are the origs. metric?

It's an Indmar raw water pump (68-5001). I've looked all over the web for specs but have turned up nothing useful.

Any help?

Thanks.

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skicrazy

Good find!

Please order 4 for me. Can we get express shipping?

...And, 2 impellers for me (1 for me and 1 for you that I swiped on Sat morning!)

Thanks,

Ken

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MoonDawg
....I have feeling that the originals are metric bolts. Are the origs. metric?

The Johnson Raw water pump is made in Sweden. It is hard to find an SAE thread in Europe. So I would say that your feeling is correct!

Their parts listing called out a part number but no thread size. :(

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I have a 04 RLXi and the impeller went on it the other day. Replacement went fine, but I decided to take a look at the new one once back in the garage. Unfortunately, I snapped one of the small brass cover bolts when putting on the impeller cover. Luckily, I was miraculously able to extract the entire bolt.

Anyone have an idea of the size of the bolt? My best guess is #10-32 x 3/8. However, I bought a #10-32 x 1/2 thinking I could use washers to fill the gap, BUT I have feeling that the originals are metric bolts. Are the origs. metric?

It's an Indmar raw water pump (68-5001). I've looked all over the web for specs but have turned up nothing useful.

Any help?

Thanks.

I know this was a while ago but may still be of some use to someone. The Bolt size for the 68-5001 pump is M5 x 0.8p (Metric 5mm x 0.8 Pitch)

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Addictedto6

I don't know the size off hand, but you should be able to get them at your local hardware store.

When I snapped mine, I went to my local ACE with one of the bolts and found stainless matches very quickly. I keep a few replacements in the boat with the spare impeller.

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dalt1

Yep, Ace Hardware is the place I got a set of stainless replacement screws. I later found the brass one I dropped. I will use the brass and keep the others for spares. Reminder to self (Don't drop or over torque the brass screws)

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