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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    That's great service. Which company did you buy from? I am in the market for one of those shortly.
    Interesting though maybe check your water pump. MudRunnerTD and Matfew's pumps both went at the same time and left the same marks on their fans.

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    Qikazz.. just a ebay seller as far as i can see.

    I'll dig deeper when i pull it apart but it didn't go the funny colour or smell like coolant. I also drove it the 2 hrs home after i noticed it without any issues. I'm pretty sure it's the original pump on it though, so who knows
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    @Winnie got me worried so i went straight out to check.

    Pulled it apart after rushing a bit and stripping one of the little 4mm allen bolts, then having to cut a notch in to get it out. Standard fare.
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    Definitely looks and feels like the sticky viscous stuff. Looks like it was seeping out of the edge.
    Water pump looks clean and feels fine. Still got the belts on with a bit of tension, but i gave it a good wriggle.
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    Finished it back off with some slightly more 'bull at a gate' friendly 5mm allen bolts
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    Might be a good idea to replace the water pump while it’s apart. For the xtra cost I think it will be a worthy exercise.


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    Mechanical Nuffy me TJ Mate but I agree it looks like waterless oil/fluid that has just unfortunately spun outa there.
    Good on the supplier for coming to the party ASAP


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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Might be a good idea to replace the water pump while itís apart. For the xtra cost I think it will be a worthy exercise.


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    I should look at ordering one. Have no idea if it's ever been done. It did only take me about 10 minutes to get all those bits off this round though.. and i really want to do the rear tower braces with the next available funds. Especially now I'm looking at getting a camper.
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    @mudski I suppose genuine is best way to go for water pump?
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    Aaron at quickaz had then to me lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0-TJ-0 View Post
    @mudski I suppose genuine is best way to go for water pump?
    I would only go genuine or the JPC upgrade hi flow pump. After market would more than likely be fine, but if you have a choice...

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    Personally struggling to understand the concept behind high flow water pumps gents since finally and recently viewing side by side their solid/full vanes against an OEM somewhat half vane design.
    Honestly Nuffy always thought myself that engine water does need a balancing act of time within our radiators to shed heat.
    The concept somewhat reminds me of nutter mates when younger pulling their thermostats out of their V8’s thinking it helped unleashing all restriction flow.
    They ran so so cold downhills but crikey under long hauling constant loads they crept and crept until uncontrollable bubble time happened again and again :-(






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    TD42 upgraded fan and hub assembly

    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Personally struggling to understand the concept behind high flow water pumps gents since finally and recently viewing side by side their solid/full vanes against an OEM somewhat half vane design.
    Honestly Nuffy always thought myself that engine water does need a balancing act of time within our radiators to shed heat.
    The concept somewhat reminds me of nutter mates when younger pulling their thermostats out of their V8’s thinking it helped unleashing all restriction flow.
    They ran so so cold downhills but crikey under long hauling constant loads they crept and crept until uncontrollable bubble time happened again and again :-(






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    Funny you say this mate. I’ve been thinking of removing my JPC pump and putting in a genuine stocky to see the difference. As mine on a cool day, the temps will drop a lot on down hill runs, then sky rocket going back up. So I just flog the bejesus out of it to get to the top as quick as I can.


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