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Old 10-27-2015, 12:51 PM   #1
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Question CAT 3208 T/A Parts

Without going through a CAT dealer, where can I find parts like raw water impellers and other non-OEM priced parts?
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Impeller should be a Sherwood 17000K, as long as it is a Sherwood pump. Read pump model on cover plate. Most use the Sherwood P176??? Some use Jabsco's, those are just as easily found. Alternators easy non-oem. Belts and filters also available, although I use Cat filters on these, not super expensive and good quality.
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Tom, After we bought our boat it didn't take me long to realize that CAT is pretty proud of their products. Here are a few sources I found to buy "stuff" from. I couldn't find the receipt from the impellers I bought but I'll keep looking.


Westerbeke Parts & Racor filters:
Discount Marine Source discountmarinesource.com


Baldwin Oil Filters:
go2marine.com


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Old 10-28-2015, 12:06 PM   #4
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Thanks all. The oil filters and belts I can get from NAPA.


Thanks for the site for Racor filters.


So a funny story. I looked at the back of the raw water pump for a part number.


Found out it is a Jasbsco pump, then I started writing down the part number " 1-0-0-s-e. That didn't see right. I was reading upside down. No that ain't the number, so I took a wire brush to it. Then wrote L-0-0-S-E.......mmmmmm


"Loosen nuts to drain"


Oh well, at least I now know its a Jaspco. So where is a good place to get impellers for Jabsco and my Onan Genny?
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I've used pumpagents.com and also purchased from Amazon. Pump Agents have exploded diagrams of the pumps that help if you need parts like seals and bearings or just want a part number. If you know the part number Amazon can have some good deals.
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