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    Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    Installing an impros impeller. Is this the flow cone flange? Trying to follow step #17 (per their website) -- "Apply a small bead of threebond 1211 sealant around the flow cone flange on the pump. Wipe down the flow cone and O-ring and inspect for any damage. Place a thin coat of grease on the O-ring and install it and the flow cone. (Make sure the O-ring is properly seated against the pump. Use loctite 242 on the three bolts and secure them evenly."

    Not sure what "three bolts" they reference, as the "flange" below how four holes.

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    Re: Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    are you sure these instructions apply to your pump?
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    Re: Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    It was referenced under Kawasaki... but not for my exact model (so maybe not).

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    Re: Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    They are talking about the flat surface where the cone bolts on. Yours only has 2 bolts.
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    Re: Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    Quote Originally Posted by Myself View Post
    They are talking about the flat surface where the cone bolts on. Yours only has 2 bolts.
    Thank you. Just to confirm... the two holes circled in blue?

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    Re: Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    no,in the back where the pump shaft pokes out.the little pointy cover ( flow cone)is held on with 2 bolts

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    Re: Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    Quote Originally Posted by restosud View Post
    no,in the back where the pump shaft pokes out.the little pointy cover ( flow cone)is held on with 2 bolts
    Yes, this.
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    Re: Impros Impeller Installation -- Is this a flow cone flange?

    Quote Originally Posted by restosud View Post
    no,in the back where the pump shaft pokes out.the little pointy cover ( flow cone)is held on with 2 bolts
    ok, got it.

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