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Old 22 November 2014, 08:20   #21
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Originally Posted by Mollers View Post
Right on. A BP is good for you then? ;-) I did state the no BP was my personal preference. :-)

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Old 23 November 2014, 03:13   #22
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Originally Posted by willk View Post
Identical moulding to the Attwood Sahara pumps - dunno if a knockoff or sister product... Sahara fitted as standard by Redbay Boats.
A Sahara 750 retails for 100.00. The Seaflo certainly looks like the same pump, but feels different. I've been fitting Sahara for years now, all still going strong.

Johnson Pumps are pretty good, and Rules used to be considered the best, but my local chandlery shop have had a few returned due to the impeller spinning on the shaft. He says it's since they moved production to China, but I suspect that's where most of the other are also made nowadays.

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