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Cartridge Bilge and Livewell Aerating Pumps

   

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3/4"Outlet - 90 Deg

500 GPH

  • $39.99

  • SKU: 371962

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3/4"Outlet - 90 Deg

750 GPH

  • $49.99

  • SKU: 371963

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3/4"Outlet - Inline

500 GPH

  • $39.99

  • SKU: 371972

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3/4"Outlet - Inline

750 GPH

  • $49.99

  • SKU: 371984

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Intake Filter

  • $9.99

  • SKU: 407158

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Pump motor replacement and cleaning are now EASY with these cartridge bilge aerating livewell pumps. No tools needed. Just lift the tab, twist the cartridge, and pull it out! Can be used for replacement on Basspirator® livewell aerating systems and many others. Standard 3/4" outlet fitting. Water-cooled motor housing. Completely sealed so it can be submerged without damage. Available in 90° or in-line styles.

  • Simplifies pump motor replacement and cleaning
  • No tools needed
  • Water-cooled motor housing


Intake Filter is for Johnson Aerator Pumps. Two-piece filter mounts onto pump fitting.

Cartridge Bilge and Livewell Aerating Pumps 4.4 5 33 33
good pumps These pumps work great, are compact and are a great idea. Once installed all you would need to do in the event the pump eventually failed is pop out the old cartridge and put the new one in without any major removal and reinstallation issues. I have had these pumps in my bass boat for over 6 years. The only problem is that the merchants that sell this style of pump do not carry the replacement cartridges and that is the reason for the three star rating. I have one of my 750's in need of replacing and it appears I have to buy the whole pump assembly rather than the cartridge which would be cheaper. Afterall, that is the whole idea behind this product. January 4, 2008
I was not happy with this pump This is the pump that was originally installed on my boat for the livewell, and I could never get it to pump for more than a few seconds at a time. I was told by the boat manufacturer that I needed to back the boat up to prime the pump and get it flowing. When I did this, it would work, but as soon as I would go forward, I would loose the flow. This eventually burned the pump out, so I bought a replacement cartridge and moved the pump body down lower. Moving it would put it below the water line and hopefully keep it primed. This was only marginally better, So I ended up buying a completely different brand of pump, and my problems were solved. This pump just would not work for me. March 15, 2008
Pleased! Very happy with this pump. Very quite operation and plenty of flow! No problems recommending! June 27, 2007
outstanding product I recently upgraded my bait tank in my boat to a livewell system using a Mayfair Livewell aerating pump. This is an outstanding pump and works extremely well. I have never had any problems with the system. The pump is installed through a fitting in the transom and easily pumps up to the tank in the bow of the boat.. I know some others have complained about getting the pump to prime, but I have never had that issue. My system works great and I am extremely happy with it. I fish at least twice a week and the system is used every time I go out. May 13, 2009
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The length of the shaft is 6", it can be trimmed in need be.
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I think the 3rd question about the bolt would be what I'm looking for. The intake has a one inch or maybe a 1 1/8 inch screw thread and a large nut to screw it onto the wall of the livewell. The kit offered shows that there is a threaded intake and a large nut. You can also attach a hose. This motor just shows a hose hooked up to the intake. Is the intake threaded so you can mount it through the live well wall?
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no not threaded
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Can you replace a 500 gpm with a 750 by changing the replacement cartridge? Will a 750 fit a 500?
Mine is in-line.
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3 years, 8 months ago
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i went to the 750 gallon pumps....awesome aeration and easy to install
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No, you would need to replace the cartridge with the appropriate size.
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I installed a new livewell pump and the water will not stay in livewell, flows back thru pump.
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How's this possible unless your inlet hose is hooked up to your drain by mistake? If your inlet hose comes in at the top of your livewell, this cannot happen.
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If the system uses a bottom feed, your old one may have had a check valve to prevent this. You can install one in-line, just be sure an orient the flow the correct direction
3 years, 9 months ago
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My aerator wand is above water line.
3 years, 9 months ago
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Not usually. With an automatic type pump, the float in the unit causes it to operate in the presence of a pre-determined amount of water in your bilge. There would be no reason to manually activate it.
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Or do i need to buy entire kit ?
3 years, 11 months ago
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This should work just fine with your fittings.
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Yes. Mine came with two adapters (straight and curved) for applications in just about any direction.
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Its just an option you have because of limited space in the area it will be installed. My boat has both in it and the 90 degree is for the livewell in the back because the hose has to go up over some framing into the livewell and the inline runs the one in the front of the boat which has a straight shot through the bottom of the boat.
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The only difference depends on the space available for mounting.
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no keep the old one from the one you replace or purchase the screen for this one from BPS.
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You have to order the screen seperately. Not sure what bolt you are referring to
4 years, 6 months ago
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I would think not but will be replacing my pumps shortly
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The replacement cartridges fit all types of pump configurations, whether its inline or 90 degrees. Just put it in, twist to lock, hook up the harness and its ready to go.
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NO BUT YOU NEED TO PICK WHICH IS THE EASYEST TO ACCESS.
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