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I need to take the 2" water pump off of my Honda engine. What is the proper procedure? I have the volute cover off, but I can not tell how the volute comes off the engine shaft. I need the engine for an air compressor and I need to get the pump off. The engine has been sitting around for awhile and it has rusted a bit. I would sure appreciate any help. Ron, Klawock, Alaska

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  • placeron Oct 02, 2009

    How do I do that
    I can't find a link to post pics.
    Thanks for the reply by the way.
    I just took a few pictures of the pump,
    As near as I can tell, the impeller is threaded on to the engine shaft.
    That is my best guess.
    I am trying to use the engine on a dive compressor that I am setting up.
    I need it done this weekend, but I do have a back up if this one doesn't work out.
    Thanks, Ron

  • Kimbo too May 11, 2010

    can you send some pics Ron?

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Except Twincam Engines See Figures 1 and 2
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