Question about Powermax 2" Intake 6.5 HP OHV 158 GPM Gas Powered Water Pump
The most likely cause of this is that the bearings in the pump are worn and noisy, that is just about the only reason for this, u should be able to replace the bearings by using the international number on the outside of the bearings and then cross reference that number, check on line for bearing suppliers and a cross reference chart..
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Pumps only make noises when ,the bearings pack up or when they start to wear enough to allow the impeller to touch the housing.this does not require much movement as the tolerances in a pump of that capability (9500 gph )are very close.the only thing to do is to strip it down and you will soon see which one is the problem.you would be unwise not to replace all bearings and seals while it is down.. i would like to know what you did when you say you lubed the pump ,.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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