Part # 5057-30
Manufacturer Code 37400-0028S
Dimensions 1.31" L x 1.38" W x 1.38" D
Alternate Part #'s 37400-0028S, 374000028S
Pump Shaft Seal 3/4" - 37400-0028S
Hello folks at INYO Pools,
I have a Sta-Rite Max E Pro pool pump that may need a shaft seal replacement. The pump Model No. is P6E6C-204L, with a 1/2 HP motor. Can you please tell me which shaft seal I need for this pump?
There used to be a copper cone that the pump seal went into, do you not use that anymore?
Did you get a shaft seal for a different model of Sta-Rite because that shaft seal goes to the Max-E-Pro, the models with the copper cone in the seal plate are the older models like the Dura-Glas (1 & 2) and Max-E-Glas (1 & 2)?
When you get your shaft seal and you mount the part with the seal, which end of spring goes on next, you have one end that flat metal and one with black plastic?
The spring part of the shaft seal is put on the shaft of the impeller with the metal touching the back of the impeller and the ceramic part of the shaft seal is placed in the center of the seal plate with the white pointing towards the impeller.
My pump calls for the Seal part #37400-0028 instead of the seal #37400-0028S.
What is the difference between the part number with the "S" or without?
They are the same part. There is no difference.
my pump model is a sta rite self priming pump P6E6E-206L - WHAT SHAFT SEAL DO I NEED?
Hi David, The OEM Shaft Seal (37400-0028S) is the correct shaft seal for the Sta-Rite P6E6E-206L Pump.
I am replacing a pump motor and seal on a Sta-rite pump labeled P2RA5E-1241......The 1241 suffix isa little fuzzy with only 24 being clear. What seal should I order?
Jerry,A prefix of P2RA will cross reference to the Dura-glas pump. The mfg made changes to the pump around 1998, so there are two different seals depending if you purchased your pump before 1998 or after 1998. You can view both on the parts breakdown.
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Socket Set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, pipe wrench
shut the power to the pump and disassembled the pump according to the on-line video. This is the second time I have had to replace the shaft seal. The first time I replaced the seal I used an aftermarket product.. I strongly recommend using OEM shaft seals.
(5 out of 5 stars)
Reviewed By: Hank from Avon, NC ()
Pros: Easy to install.
Cons: None that I found.
Both parts of the old seal assembly were very easy to remove. The new seal went in with the same ease. Seal worked perfectly when pump was first started after installation.