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Pegson Marlow Pump and B&S 3HP

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Pegson Marlow Pump and B&S 3HP

Post by Sidevalve@44 on Sun Apr 06 2014, 21:47

I have recently purchased a 1960 Pegson Marlow 1.1/2" Pump mated to 3HP B&S Engine.

I have attempted to separate the pump from the motor but, am stuck not knowing if the nut holding the impeller onto the crank is LH or RH thread. (Logic would suggest LH but, as the flywheel nut is LH thread I am wondering if the impeller nut is RH)

Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Pegson Marlow Pump and B&S 3HP

Post by Foden on Mon Apr 07 2014, 13:37

I would go for RH thread Myself, the Pegsons coupled to Villiers and Jap engines are at least.

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Re: Pegson Marlow Pump and B&S 3HP

Post by Sidevalve@44 on Mon Apr 07 2014, 17:30

Thank you. I think I will start with RH. Guess I'll have to get a puller made up to pull it off the crank once I've got the nut off.

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