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Old 01 July 2015, 18:55   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: Ashford middx
Boat name: Gale
Make: Ribtec 655
Length: 6m +
Engine: Yamaha 150hp 4stroke
Join Date: May 2015
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Replacing impellor

Going to have a go this Saturday at replacing the impeller on my 150hp 4 stroke 2008 Yamaha. Already got the impeller.
Is this a big job and would appreciate any tips. Been told it's just a case of dropping the bottom leg, gear box, replacing impeller,greasing and real bolting leg. Any tips appreciated.

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Old 02 July 2015, 09:18   #2
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Town: Oakland CA
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Not a real big job. I've done it on my F115, alone, in about an hour. There are a lot of little washers and spacers that need to go on; take pics or make a drawing so you get everything oriented correctly and in the right order when it goes back together.

Ideally, you want the whole kit - impeller, gaskets, washers, housing, and base plate. Probably not needed, but since you've got it apart anyway...

This details it pretty well (though the pics seem to be gone - google should get you what you need, though):

Pics! Yamaha Water Pump Replacement F115 - The Hull Truth - Boating and Fishing Forum


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