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  • Current Water Pump Shaft, I measured one.

    FWIW.

    My brother brought home the water pump kit that A&L was selling. Not sure who makes all the parts. The shaft was stainless and it measures the correct .625 along the length. The taper looks good and fits the original fan nice.

    I mention about not knowing who makes all the parts as the bag full of parts had Bratton's labels. I am suspecting it is a Bratton's kit.

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