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Old April 26th, 2019, 05:40 PM
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Default Water pump rebuilder

My Tornado water pump started leaking like an open faucet. Quite by accident, I found this website http://water-pump-rebuilders.com/jeep-water-pumps.html

Sent my water pump with pulley, got it back in about a week, I think. New gasket, 3 year warranty. Cost $165 and USPS medium box shipping $15 each way.

Nice guy. No problems with the water pump so far.

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Old April 27th, 2019, 07:15 AM
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My Tornado water pump started leaking like an open faucet. Quite by accident, I found this website http://water-pump-rebuilders.com/jeep-water-pumps.html

Sent my water pump with pulley, got it back in about a week, I think. New gasket, 3 year warranty. Cost $165 and USPS medium box shipping $15 each way.

Nice guy. No problems with the water pump so far.

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Excellent-- thank you! I live in fear of that water pump cratering, because prices I've seen for a reman are scary.
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That is great info...thanks for sharing!!
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So Bob C. isn't the only one that can rebuild them. That's good to know, I have several used pumps ,but someday I will probably need one rebuilt.
Thanks. TJ ,for posting.
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Happy to help.

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