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Old 11-30-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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Looking for 1972 Perkins 6.354 reverse rotation Fresh Water Pump

Looking for a reverse rotation fresh water pump for 1972 Perkins 6.354. TAD, Foley, Diesel specialist, Perkins are no help. They will only rebuild one if the housing and impeller are in good shape.
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:28 PM   #2
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I have been pondering this too. I wonder if an automotive electric replacement is available? I would rather have something replaceable should the need arise, or at the very least, be able to carry a spare that is an easy replacement. You could also easily rig an amperage gauge failsafe buzzer to it so you could catch a failure well before the temp sensor fired off a warning.

But this is just a theory. I am sure it will be full of hole by the time I come back to check on this thread ;o)

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Old 11-30-2012, 01:38 PM   #3
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Call Larry at Stewart Marine in Seattle, his has been a Perkins shop for a very long time.
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I have been pondering this too. I wonder if an automotive electric replacement is available? I would rather have something replaceable should the need arise, or at the very least, be able to carry a spare that is an easy replacement. You could also easily rig an amperage gauge failsafe buzzer to it so you could catch a failure well before the temp sensor fired off a warning.

But this is just a theory. I am sure it will be full of hole by the time I come back to check on this thread ;o)

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A friend of mine builds Hot Rods and he sometimes uses an electric water pump on some. But you still have to have a special made housing made up. Still be cheaper than replacing the engines.
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Sunchaser, I'll check that out. Thanks.
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Looking for a reverse rotation fresh water pump for 1972 Perkins 6.354.
Do you have a part number?
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A friend of mine builds Hot Rods and he sometimes uses an electric water pump on some. But you still have to have a special made housing made up. Still be cheaper than replacing the engines.
I'd bet an adapter plate would be easy enough to fabricate.
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Do you have a part number?
I have been trying to find out but to no avail.
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I'd bet an adapter plate would be easy enough to fabricate.
Not sure looking at all the bolt holes. But just getting mine redone since the shaft was broken and the area where the bearing was had to be machined and shimed up cost me $450. It better last another 10 years. If I have a spare then it will last 30 years. lol
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Do you have a part number?
Rick, I think it's #41312322 for the complete pump.
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:02 AM   #11
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Rick, I think it's #41312322 for the complete pump.
Found the pump in Germany. N.Peterson Landtechnik - Wasserpumpe Claas Perkins A6-354, T6-354.4 Wasserpumpe fr Claas COOLCLA03. Also this PDF that shows both sides. www.sparex.com.pl/pdf/katalog2007b15.pdf

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Now, Anybody read german?
No but Google does. Load the page in Chrome and it offers to translate for you.
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Boatdiesel.com has a thread (yesterday) on this same question. Two contact numbers in FL were posted.
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[QUOTE=khhayes;116524]Found the pump in Germany. N.Peterson Landtechnik - Wasserpumpe Claas Perkins A6-354, T6-354.4 Wasserpumpe fr Claas COOLCLA03.

169 euros = 219.6662 US dollars, a pretty reasonable price plus freight.
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:18 PM   #15
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Found the pump in Germany. N.Peterson Landtechnik - Wasserpumpe Claas Perkins A6-354, T6-354.4 Wasserpumpe fr Claas COOLCLA03.

169 euros = 219.6662 US dollars, a pretty reasonable price plus freight.
Until I found it was the normal rotation.
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Too bad as it is the same part# as Tom quoted, keep looking I'm sure you will find one on the net.
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Old 01-01-2013, 02:13 PM   #17
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I have a friend who is from India....he's in the surgical instrument manufacturing business...I wonder if he would be able to find any of these pups over there?? Have to give him a call....
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Old 01-01-2013, 05:22 PM   #18
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Check with larry stewart at stewart marine in seattle (ballard specifically). I gave him my reverse rotation engine when I repowered. He has a HUGE pile of good used parts.

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Could it be as simple as the same pump as the normal rotation one with a reversed impeller. Just wondering.Larry
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I might have one please forward me a photo of the old one that I can match it if you still need one
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