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Water pump removal

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11-20-2012 14:11:22

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Hey guys, im going to remove the water pump tomarrow and install the studs and springs that I failed to do the first time. I drained about 5 gallons of antifreeze from the bottom of the radiator, is that enough fluid out to remove the pump without losing that last gallon on the floor or should I drain what little bit is still in the block? that antifreeze is expensive, thats the only reason i ask. thanks for the help, ~Anthony

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11-20-2012 15:03:30

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 Re: Water pump removal in reply to BigTone, 11-20-2012 14:11:22  
You know, your right I think I can put those in without removing it, thanks for the eye opener I appreciate it, you saved me a lot of time.

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11-20-2012 14:29:46

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 Re: Water pump removal in reply to BigTone, 11-20-2012 14:11:22  
If the lower radiator hose at the radiator end is going to be removed some will be there even if drained. 5 gallons should be below the pump level and can't be much left in the system. If you can get in there to remove the drive lug from the impeller shaft you can install the drive lugs and springs without removing the pump.

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11-20-2012 14:54:12

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 Re: Water pump removal in reply to D Slater, 11-20-2012 14:29:46  
water pump definitly can stay on. once rad is off you have wide open space to work in. if it was mine i would be looking to get it done without removing rad either, but shroud may be in the way.

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