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Old 12-05-2019, 08:53 AM   #14
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So on the prop's is there any machining or anything required to make it fit on the shaft of the well pump?
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Old 01-01-2020, 02:21 AM   #15
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I`m sure there are many ways to attach the prop assembly here`s what mine looks like . Using the two parts that came out of the pump section ) coupler/
& drive shaft ) I joined them together ,cut to length then center drilled and tapped on a lathe 3/8 X 16 . The prop a T-11 comes drilled 5/16 so it only requires running a tap 3/8 X 16 into it . Install a crown screw (pictured) and screw on the prop . I found the simplest method to mount the coupler onto the motor output shaft was to mount it then center drill a 3/16 hole thru coupler and output shaft and install a tension roll pin .

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Advice on the what pump you guys are using .
These look slick
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Old 01-02-2020, 05:55 PM   #17
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Thanks Kat Fan. Greatly appreciated. Wish i had it built now .
Never wanted to cut loose with 600 bucks to open a hole , this route is doable.. some of the other less expensive routes seem like youd be pissing in the wind.
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Old 01-06-2020, 08:52 AM   #19
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How big of generator are you using to run that 1h.p. pump?
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If I get this going I may have to have you make me one of those.
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I`m sure there are many ways to attach the prop assembly here`s what mine looks like . Using the two parts that came out of the pump section ) coupler/
& drive shaft ) I joined them together ,cut to length then center drilled and tapped on a lathe 3/8 X 16 . The prop a T-11 comes drilled 5/16 so it only requires running a tap 3/8 X 16 into it . Install a crown screw (pictured) and screw on the prop . I found the simplest method to mount the coupler onto the motor output shaft was to mount it then center drill a 3/16 hole thru coupler and output shaft and install a tension roll pin .

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Kat , just drill out the prop and install 2 set screws . It's a lot simpler and you won't get a wobble from miss aliment.
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How big of generator are you using to run that 1h.p. pump?
I run mine on an honda 2000ie .
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