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Old 08-14-2015, 09:30 AM   #1
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Looks like we need a new FW pump. We have a Shurflo 2088-414-934, and it looks like it is discontinued. Shurflo's web site does not list a replacement, and I'm seeing conflicting info in my google search.

Does anyone have a recommendation for a replacement pump? My plan is to install a new pump and then rebuild the old one for a spare.

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Old 08-14-2015, 09:43 AM   #2
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"This product is now replaced with a new and better shurflo product #4148-153-E75. This new product will perform the same as the Shurflo 2088-414-934 Pump Part Number 2088-414-934 Aqua King Premium 4.045 PSI12 Volt DCfor FRESH Water"
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Old 08-14-2015, 09:49 AM   #3
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Looks like we need a new FW pump. We have a Shurflo 2088-414-934, and it looks like it is discontinued. Shurflo's web site does not list a replacement, and I'm seeing conflicting info in my google search.

Does anyone have a recommendation for a replacement pump? My plan is to install a new pump and then rebuild the old one for a spare.

Thanks!


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Old 08-14-2015, 09:52 AM   #4
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Thanks Larry. I did see that, but wasn't sure. Figured it was better to check with the experts than order the wrong pump.


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Old 08-15-2015, 07:13 AM   #5
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"This product is now replaced with a new and better shurflo product #4148-153-E75. This new product will perform the same as the Shurflo 2088-414-934 Pump Part Number 2088-414-934 Aqua King Premium 4.045 PSI12 Volt DCfor FRESH Water"

Thanks Bill. It's on order. Should be here Tuesday.


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I was just looking at them the other day found these at hopkins

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I was thinking when I replace my water heater I will replace my pump and keep the old as a spare
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Old 08-15-2015, 10:07 AM   #8
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Almost all the SF pumps use the same pump head.

My preference is to install a deck wash or fish box pump as FW pump..

Costs a bit more but the motor is far longer and built for cont. duty.

For a weekend boater perhaps it would not be worth the extra bucks , but a 365 liveaboard will require the longevity.
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Mike, if you have an accumulator tank in your system, and you're installing a 4148 Shurflo, you can remove the tank. The 4148 has a bypass circuit that feeds excess water back to the inlet instead of into an accumulator tank. It can free up quite a bit of space.

Siesta, thanks for the plug. I think this is the link you were trying for
SHURflo Extreme Smart Sensor 4.0 Fresh Water Pump 12VDC 4901-0211 / New Mfg# 4148-153-E75

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" The 4148 has a bypass circuit that feeds excess water back to the inlet instead of into an accumulator tank. It can free up quite a bit of space."

True but pumping water to a bypass still requires the energy to pump water you will never use .

24/7 noisemaker folks may find this OK , but folks on battery power may not enjoy sending their water for a ride.
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Mike, if you have an accumulator tank in your system, and you're installing a 4148 Shurflo, you can remove the tank. The 4148 has a bypass circuit that feeds excess water back to the inlet instead of into an accumulator tank. It can free up quite a bit of space.



Siesta, thanks for the plug. I think this is the link you were trying for

SHURflo Extreme Smart Sensor 4.0 Fresh Water Pump 12VDC 4901-0211 / New Mfg# 4148-153-E75



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Thanks for the info. I need to get into the habit of checking your site. That would have saved me a few bucks. 😩

I was going to ask if I had to remove the accumulator or if I could leave it in, but I think FF answered that question for me.


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