Part # GOKIT2
Alternate Part #'s 65002, GO KIT 2
Standard tune up kit for the Hayward Super II pump includes the shaft seal and all o-rings, gaskets and lubricant.
We highly recommend replacing the shaft seal, o-rings and gaskets when replacing your motor. If you use your old shaft seal, it will not mate up properly with the new motor and may leak.
This Tune Up Kit Works on These Pumps:
Tune Up Kit Includes:
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Do you have this seal kit in stock?
Hi, Mark. Yes, we have plenty of this kit in stock ready to ship.
Will super ll tune up kit fit model number c48j2n131b1
Hi. The Hayward Super II Kit is specific to the Super II pump, not the motor.
If I replace a 1 H.P. motor withh a 1.5 H.P. motor is there any advantage in doing so ?
There could be but not necessarily always. If you have or are adding more features to your swimming pool and extra flow is needed then yes. For example, waterfalls, solar heating and deck jets. Or even if the pump was not properly sized per your pool needs upon being built then it possible that it would aid. But if not and the filter is not designed for extra water pressure/flow then it can actually do harm to the motor and or filter.
hello, looking for tune up kit for a Hayward SP 1085
Good morning Aldo, The number you gave me is referencing a skimmer. I would need either a part number off of the pump or a picture to get you the correct seal kit.
I have a Hayward Super II pump SP1610Z2MC Is this the proper repair kit?
Hi, Mk. Yes, this is the correct kit for the Hayward Super II pump.
I have a Hayward filter SP3015X20AZ. Is the repair kit GOKIT2 the right one for this filter?
Good morning Joe, Yes the Gokit2 is the correct replacement for you pump unless you have a salt pool then you would need the GOKIT2SALT. The only difference in the two is the shaft seals are different. The salt one is made out of stainless steel to hold up to to the high corrosion.
pump motor humms but doesn't run
Hi, The motor capacitor could be bad or the motor could be dead. You can use out Pool Motor Troubleshooting blog to diagnose the issue.
Have model motor c48k2db11a9 says AO smith epc. Hayward encl 3 Ec 1300. Is this the right tune up kit for it?
Hi Ben, We will need the model of the Hayward pump, not of the motor in order to confirm if this kit will work.
I have a Hayward pump made by AO Smith with a number that I can not match on any Pump site. The pump is SP 3215Z1BER and Par 7-19633720. !.5 HP Total HP 2.4 powered by AO Smith. What replace motor should I order or replacement parts for me to repair?
Hi, The motor model number you provided cross references to the Hayward TriStar 1-1/2 Hp Full Rate Motor (SPX3215Z1BER) which is used on the Hayward TriStar pump. You can locate the replacement parts via the Hayward TriStar Parts page.
looking for a 3.0 hp full rated motor for a super 2 pump model sp3015eeaz. I currently have a a.o.smith 1 1/2 hp with a sf = 1.33, C type, round flange, 56J. I want to end up with an additional 1 hp when I make the change. Not enough power currently to efficiently operate both the pop-ups and the jets at the same time.
Hi Anthony, If you want to upgrade to 3 HP then you would require the 3 HP Super II Replacement Motor, you would also need to upgrade your Impeller to the 3 HP Hayward Super II Impeller and you would need a Hayward Super II Seal Kit. We also have a complete pump called the PureLine Prime 3 HP which would be about the same price as replacing these parts. A few things to consider when going up in HP... what is the flow rating of your filter? You want to make sure that your filter can handle the increased output of the larger pump. What is your plumbing size? You want to make sure that you have at least 2" plumbing and ideally 2.5" or even 3" plumbing, this larger plumbing does a better job with the higher flow of water.
what is the tune up kit for A.O. Smith PS1615Z2MSC? i ordered the B2977 from you Thanks
The gasket kit is matched to the pump housing and not the motor. What is the model number of your pump housing? If it is a Hayward, the model number should begin with an 'SP.'
Would this kit work when replacing Leslie's Hydromax II pump motor with AO Smith motor your part # 5222AX. Thanks!
Hi, The Hayward Super II Tune Up Kit (GOKIT2) will also work with the Leslie's Hydromax II pump.
Will this fit on a C48L2N134B3
These kits are based off of the model of the front pump housing that the motor is mounted to. If you have the Hayward Super 2 then yes this is the correct kit.
Hi, I'm working on a Hayward RS-1000 Pump (married to an A.O. Smith K48L2N104 Motor). I'm guessing that a CT1102 motor would be the replacement for my old motor. Would this tune-out kit be appropriate for the RS series pump?
Hi Charlie, The CT1102 Motor will be the correct replacement for old K48L2N104 motor and the Hayward Super II Tune Up Kit (GOKIT2) will also be the correct kit for the Hayward RS1000 pump.
I need a tune up kit for a Hayward Super II Pool Pump model : C48L2N134B3
Hi Johan, The Hayward Super II Tune Up Kit (GOKIT2) would be the correct kit for the Hayward Super II Pump.
I need a tune up kit for a Hayward Super II Pool Pump (2004-2005) Model #K48N2N104. Which kit do you recommend? 2 HP Pump/230 V. The kits that I am seeing on your website don't match the model number that is on my Hayward Pump. Thanks Ralph
Hi Ralph you would require the Hayward Super II Tune Up Kit here.
GO KIT2 65002. IS THIS THE KIT FOR UST 1102 REPLACEMENT MOTOR?
To determine which Tune Up Kit you require we would need to know the model of your pump. Examples would be the Hayward Super Pump, Hayward Super II, Hayward Max Flo, Jacuzzi Magnum, etc.. Please email us back with this information and we will let you know which Tune Up Kit is right for you.
My pump is not priming even after cleaning impeller. Will purchasing this kit aid in fixing that problem?
The seal kit can help with loss of prime. I can't guarantee that it will solve your problem. The loss of prime could be from an air leak at the valves or plumbing in front of the pump.
I recently changed my pool motor and gaskets. I made sure to lubricate all the gaskets with vaseline. A few days later water is leaking from the pump. What did I do wrong? Help please!!
You never want to use vaseline on any rubber gaskets or o-rings. Vaseline is petroleum based and will deteriorate the rubber quickly. Whenever you change the motor on a pool pump it is recommended that you replace the gaskets and shaft seal as well. A >Go-kit contains the shaft seal, packet of non-petroleum based lubricant and gaskets you will need for your pump. If you already have the gaskets, you can purchase >Magic Lube.
Less than 1 hr
Socket Set, Wrench Set
I pulled the the pump assembly apart. I figured it would be best to order the pump parts as well as the motor.
The motor and seal/gasket kit came in 3 days. That was unexpected, but was delighted that it came in so soon.
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Socket Set, Wrench Set, Strap wrench, needle-nose pliers
(5 out of 5 stars)
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Before I installed the ceramic seal I noticed a hairline fracture on the part that has the spring so I used the old one. I contacted Inyo Pools and told them what I found and that I used the old one so no problems and they insisted on sending me a new seal. They sent me one and if it ever starts to leak I'll replace it but I probably won't have to. Inyo Pools customer service is second to none. If you have the slightest issue or question they are on top of it. I really can't see going anywhere else to buy my pool products. Highly recommended.
(5 out of 5 stars) everything I needed in one small package- perfect
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this is everything you need to replace all seals on a Hayward super II pump- the one with the spin off top....... I used this kit to reassemble the pump when I replaced the motor (leaking between pump and motor). This is an all inclusive kit that puts everything you need in one convenient package, everything fit and was very easy to change using the instructions and videos found on this site. only one word of caution because it can't be stated enough: make sure power is off at the breaker before starting.