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Overheating - Water Pump 1 year 8 months ago #7170

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I would be very surprised if the shaft was bent, the biggest risk of a damaged bearing is wear on the shaft if they seize, but if you have access to a lathe not hard to make, now to press out the shaft from the pulley side, I have a thick steel disc with a hole that allows the pump spigot to enter and goes up flush against the pump mounting flange to push against without breaking the flange, I normally press them in a workbench vice, if the housing and shaft are not damaged, reassemble with a new seal and bearings.
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john

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Overheating - Water Pump 1 year 8 months ago #7173

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Hi Mike
Joachim is your Man.

Forgive me Joachim :- I have searched for it...what is the Burghman Part No for the shorter WP seal? ( Did you say not currently available?) and perhaps the previous one we have been using.

Thank You sorry to ask again I will write it down this time.

Mike.. Southcoast seals in the UK or for you ( In Oz) maybe.....speak very nicely to Joachim

How did you get he Pump of the engine? that is often he difficult bit?

Also! In think Zeroviz (in NZ) is looking for W pumps seals? Combined postage?

Cheers Guys, Good Luck ......Be gentle.

Pete







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Overheating - Water Pump 1 year 8 months ago #7174

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beg your pardon.
My plan was to test the sealing first and then publish the results ;)
It is not that easy to get he sealings from Burgmann.
They did not sell to end users any more. A friend , also a member oft he Gileraclub forum, is running a shop and ordered the sealings for me.
Burmann delivers only one part. The other will arrive in the begining of march.
So you will have to wait, like i also do :(
They should fit, at least i hope so. If not..... 20 sealings about 40Euro each ... :pinch:

ciao Joachim.

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Overheating - Water Pump 1 year 8 months ago #7176

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I contacted Eagle Burgmann in NZ and they put me on to another seal place because , when quoted the numbers, they said they would have to special order a hundred. :ohmy:

So I contacted this other place, and they said, " Sure no problem we can do an equivalent seal"
I will try and pull apart my original pump shortly and take the seal in to be sure.
They quoted me about 14 quid in todays money......not sure what that might be after BREXIT!

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Overheating - Water Pump 1 year 8 months ago #7177

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double post

Australia is not that close to NZ Jochim. And post from there to here is horrendous!

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Overheating - Water Pump 1 year 8 months ago #7180

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ZacPike wrote: Hi Mike

How did you get he Pump of the engine? that is often he difficult bit?

Pete


The pump came out after 15 minutes of gentle tapping around the pulley wheel with a soft head mallet.

Mike

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