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.
High Quality Replacement
Got this to replace/upgrade a livewell pump. It was easily installed and the feature of replaceable hose barbs would have solved the problem with the old one.
At half again the GPH it really fills the livewell in short order.
I'll be looking at upgrading my other boat with this come Spring............
September 26, 2012
Bilge and LIvewell Aerating Pump
This was OEM Replacement for Tracker Targa WT 18 (Starboard side) and it went in perfectly. Original pump lasted 8 years.
This is a good product, very easy to install, good instructions but I confess to not reading them all the way through. (having done this before 2 years ago for OEM Replacement on port side)
September 11, 2012
bought 2 of them,,,great little pumps..easy to hook up...I am sure they will last a long time...
August 7, 2012
The pump on my 97 legend died [all 8 walleye died]Was easy to replace,and works like new again.
July 5, 2012
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?
For use to pump out water in pontoon style boat. Have 2" hole on side of pontoon, need to insert hose into hole (3-4 ft), then pump water out. I'm thinking, the inline style, but does the water come up thru the hose, attached to the "barbed" flang, then discharge via the black colored flang or does the water your pumping out have to pass thru the black flang and out the yellow barbed flang; if this is the case and the black flang has no barbs for holding the 3-4 ft tubing? How would this work? In other words, does water enter the black or yellow flang and expell thru which? If it enters the black flang, no barbs to hold hose extension? Black flang, may be to long an exceed hull width? Ideally, hose attaches to yellow flang with barbs for water In and dispels thru black flang ( in-line model)! Is this true?
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.
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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