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Old 03-02-2014, 08:43 AM   #1
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2008 Safari Sport 17' water pump

Well, the old Shurflo decided to give up this weekend. It was still pumping but had developed a leak. The replacement pump was easy to find locally. The trick is to get it out.
On this model trailer, the pump is accessible by pulling the heater out and working through the heater hole cutout. Not too bad but if I had to go in there very often I'd make a separate water pump door.
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