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Pro-Line Bilge Pump

   

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3/4"Outlet

750 GPM

3/4"Outlet

1000 GPM

3/4"Outlet

500 GPM

  • New motors with high-energy magnets
  • Efficient design reduces power consumption
  • Rugged construction
  • Soldered connectors  
Reliability, efficiency, power, and convenience are the benefits of Pro-line bilge pumps. New motors with high-energy magnets increase speed, and their efficient design means less power draw. Rugged construction, tough impeller, heavy-duty 16-gauge wire leads, and soldered - not crimped - connectors. Plus a quick release that lets you remove the entire unit for easy debris removal. 4-3/8" high. 3/4" hose.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great pump! My original bilge pump was a 750 GPH Mayfair. This is the same pump that goes by the name Pro-Line. I think its made by Johnson pumps. I have been saved by this little pump a few times. I have tried others on my other boat, but they don't seem to last as long. I just bought my second one in 28 years. The base can stay installed so you don't have to drill new holes. Just twist it out and install a new one. 14 years is darn good for average life span for the price especially since I frequent salt water. I wish I could say the same for my Jabsco Water Puppy bait tank pump. I am on my 5th one and they are up to $169.00! April 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good buy! Works great on the bait tank. Easy install and wiring. April 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Versatile Product This pump comes with two outlet fittings: one straight and one 90 degrees. You can adjust the angle of the 90 degree outlet which allows flexibility in routing the bilge pump outlet hose. The outlet sets higher than my old one which was a plus as it now clears a livewell drain hose. Easy to install and works perfect. December 31, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by a cheap pump if you need a pump that last 1 year,this is all you'll get.I've used these for 20years between Rule,Attwood or Mayfair.These are only 1 year pumps never more than a year out of each. June 6, 2012
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in other words would I have to buy anything else to make this a whole unit
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No it comes with everything you need to use it.
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The outlet is 3/4", pump will need to be wired to power source. What you see in photo is what you receive. Thanks!
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stops pumping water

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I have the model 2270 and it pumps great for about 5 minutes then stops pumping water. The motor is still running. Any suggestions for correcting this or does there seem to be a problem with the pump itself.
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Something may be clogging it. Remove it from the base, clear obstructions and twist it back in. Make sure it's locked down. If it comes up off the base, it will not create the suction needed to pump the water. The impeller just spins. I had this happen when one of the lock down tabs broke. I had to use a small bungie to hold it down on the base.
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Take the bottom off and see if there's any string or fishing line wrapped around the impeller
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The pump may be losing prime from the sounds of this issue. Be sure that the bilge still has water in the area. If it does yet the pump is not pumping water, then the prime may be lost or the pump may be defective.
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No, it does not have a hose connection on the input side for this application. It would be damaged easily by sand/ gravel.
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No inlet hose connection. I can't see how you could use it for a dredge. The impeller turns really fast and I would think that any sand would damage it.
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