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Old 09-01-2019, 02:04 PM   #1
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Impeller puller question- Johnson /Sherwood

Done as much internet due diligence as feasible.
Does anyone know if a Johnson threaded bolt impeller puller has a 3/4” x 16 pattern, such that it can be used on a Sherwood 17000?

Thanks in advance. A Jabsco/Seadog style doesn’t fit it the available space with room for the handle to turn.
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Yep! Cost is about 7 bucks and a good hardware store. I got one with 2” long from nut, gave me a bit more room.
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Old 09-03-2019, 08:25 AM   #3
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Thanks!

I’ve struck out at TruValue and the big box stores, and the internet!

The 3/4” bolts i’ve Found have been only 10 thread or threads stop inch (es) from the hex cap.

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I have a Jabsco impeller puller with a T handle. The T handle will not turn on my engines, it hits a pipe. It is metric thread. I bought metric all thread at Fastenal and cut it to length and use double nuts to drive it.
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We use a 3/4" x 16 bolt for our Sherwood 17000 pumps. From McMaster-Carr (mcmaster.com) at about $12 each for medium grade and zinc plated.

I have both 3" and 4" versions. I also have the Sherwood T-handle (one handle end long than the other, actually, IIRC) but it doesn't swing well in the available area.

I started with using a socket in a standard ratchet drive, but swing space is limited, so...

In our installation, a niftier tool to use is socket on a battery operated ratchet driver. Ours is a Milwaukee 12V version that works pretty well. Another that maybe would be useful, but I don't actually have, is a ratchet-style box end wrench of the appropriate size to fit the bolt head (can't remember size).

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