Question about Polaris Pb460 Polaris Booster Pump Replacement Impeller
For an impeller really stuck on the motor shaft you need to pull the motor thru-bolts and remove the rotor with the pump still attached from the stator. Lock the rotor in a vice and turn the impeller off with a large set of channel locks or a large strap wrench.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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