09-808B-1

Johnson Pump Impeller Kits

Johnson Pump Impeller Kits

Description

The Johnson Pump Impeller Kit allows you to replace your impeller annually, as suggested.

List Price
$25.10
Your Price
$19.26
In Stock

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Details

09-808B-1

  • 40mm (1.57")
  • Width 19mm (0.57")
  • Impeller article number 09-808B-1
  • MC97 (for cooling)
  • Replaces Jabsco 22405-0001 Europe & USA
  • Inner diameter 12 mm

09-705BT-1

  • Johnson Pump: 09-705BT-1
  • Sherwood: 18000K
  • Engine/Pumps: Sherwood Pump P18 Series

09-801B

  • Pump: F4
  • Width: 31.5mm / 1.24"
  • Material: Neoprene
  • Outer Dia: 57.1mm / 2.25"
  • Inner Dia: 15.9mm Key / 0.63" Key
  • Replaces: Jabsco 4568-0001
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    09-704BT-1

    • Johnson Pump: 09-704BT-1
    • Sherwood: 17000K
    • Jabsco: 18958-0001
    • Engine/Pumps:
    • Cummins 6B 300HP B Series; Cummins C Series; CAT 3208; CAT 3116; CAT 3126; Deere 6076; Sherwood Pump P17 series

    09-812B-1

    • 57,1 mm (2.25")
    • Width 48, 2mm (1.9")
    • Impeller article number 09-812B-1
    • MC97 (for cooling)
    • Replaces Jabsco 13554-0001 USA

    09-1028BT-1

    • 65mm
    • Width 50,2 mm
    • Impeller article number 09-1028B
    • Neoprene (for cooling)
    • Replaces Jabsco 17937-0001 Europe & USA

    09-703B-1

    • Johnson Pump: 09-703B-1
    • Mercruiser: 47-59362T
    • Jabsco: 17954-0001
    • Engine/Pumps:
    • Pump Quicksilver Model 46-72774 A32

    09-1027B-1

    • 57,1 mm (2.25")
    • Width 31, 5mm (1.24")
    • Impeller article number 09-1027B-1 
    • MC97 (for cooling)
    • Replaces Jabsco 1210-0001 Europe & USA

    09-1026B-1

    • 50,8 mm
    • Width 22mm
    • Impeller article number 09-1026B
    • Neoprene (for cooling)
    • Replaces Jabsco 673-0001 Europe & USA

    09-810B-1

     

    • 50,8 mm
    • Width 22mm
    • Impeller article number 09-810B-9
    • Nitrile (oil resistant)
    • Inner Diameter 12mm
    09-702B-1

    • Johnson Pump: 09-702B-1
    • Jabsco: 18948-0001
    • Sherwood: 10615K
    • Engines/Pumps:
    • Chris Craft; Chrysler Marine; Commander; Crusader; Escort (Skiltec); Gray Marine; Isuzu; Lenco; Marine Power; North American Engine; Onan; Osco Motors; OMC; Perkins Engine U.S.; Plesurecraft Marine; Volvo Penta; J.H. Westerbeke Corp; Crusader 97179; Chrysler 3675763; Chrysler 4142878; Cummins 4B; Onan MDL6; Chris Craft 454; Pleasure Craft 454

    09-701B-1

    • Johnson Pump: 09-701B-1
    • Sherwood: 9959K
    • Jabsco: 18838-001
    • Engines/Pump:
    • Chris Craft; Chrysler Marine; Commander; Crusader; Glastron Boat Co.; Gray Marine; Interceptor; Onan; OMC; Pathfinder VolksWagon Eng.; Perkins Eng. U.S.; Plesurecraft Marine; Universal Medalist; Volvo Penta; Yamaha; Westerbeke 24102; Sherwood 11353; Pleasure Craft 302 & 351; Chris Craft 350; Onan MDL3,4


     

     

    Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kits 09-808B-1 Impeller Kit, replaces Jabsco 22405-001
    $19.26
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-701B-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Jabsco 18838-001
    $19.71
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-702B-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Jabsco 18948-0001
    $19.74
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-810B-1 Impeller Kit, 09-910B-9
    $21.88
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-1026B-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Jabsco 673-0001
    $22.67
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-1027B-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Jabsco 1210-0001
    $28.05
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-1028BT-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Jabsco 17937-0001
    $31.35
    Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-812B-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Jabsco 13554-0001
    $37.00
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-704BT-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Jabsco 18958-0001
    $47.70
    In Stock
    Johnson Pump Impeller Kit 09-705BT-1 Impeller Kit, Replaces Sherwood 18000K
    $139.13
    In Stock
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