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I need the through bolts for the wet end of a emerson R63 mwena 4727 pump

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I do not believe that thru bolts have a part number? Which means, they are something you can not purchase separately?
But...
Try an electric motor shop in your area. They may have some junk motors laying around?
Or...
Try a pool and spa repair service company in your area, they too may have junk motors laying around, that they can remove the thru bolts from. I know I have many of them in my junk pile.
And by the way... Emerson does not make a Pump! They just manufacture the Motor as a third party vendor to a pump manufacturer. To know the type of thru bolt, we will need the name and model of the PUMP.

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