Part # 5056-09D
Manufacturer Code C105-137PEB
Dimensions 4.75" X 0.44"
Alternate Part #'s 35-102-1045, 351021045, 40509, 5056-09D, 788379733650, C105-137PE, C105-137PEB, C105137PEB, STA1013705, PENC105-137PEB
Impeller, 1 HP Full Rate / 1.5 HP Up Rate - C105-137PEB
Frequently Bought with this Impeller
Looking for impeller for sq1152 pump in-ground pool 1 and a half horse
Hi, Angelo. You will need to provide us with the pump housing model so that we can locate the correct impeller. We're unable to use the motor #.
I have purchased the Century 1.0HP USQ1102 replacement motor and figured it would be time to replace the seals for my Sta Rite P2RA5E pump I want to replace propeller while in there what product number would I need? Are there any specific seals I would need to purchase with the propeller? I do not know if it is prior 98 or after 98
The part number for the impeller using the USQ1102 motor is 5056-09CA that you can view by clicking here and the seals and gaskets would be the GOKIT54 that you can view by clicking here. Also if you have the pre 98 series then the only thing that you may need to do is remove the copper cone insert in the seal plate where the shaft seal is set.
This impeller has no provision for a nut and is a clockwise thread. Sooooo at what torque do I apply to the impeller to ensure it doesn't come loose during operation. Nowhere in you website do you address this type of impeller. It is a pre1998 pump.
Hi, John. That is correct, no impeller screw required and is right hand threads. The impeller is hand tighten on to the motor shaft.
Thank you for the prompt reply and sound advice. Now I can reassemble my pump for a season of enjoying my redwood hot tub. Thanks again.
I just bought a variable speed motor from you guys and I'm installing it on a Dura Glas pump. It's a 1.65 v-green, variable from 600 to 3450 rpm. What impeller should I be using?
Would recommend using impeller part # C105-137 PEB.
(5 out of 5 stars) Perfect fit
Reviewed By: PoolSlave from Orchard Park, NY ()
Pros: Exact fit
Cons: Not a simple installation
With numerous pine and fir trees near my pool, the small little needles can make it past the skimmers, often getting lodged between the impeller and pump housing. Eventually the impeller wears down and even the slightest gap can cause a loss of pump efficiency. Installation is not hard, but not simple either. Plenty of instructions on YouTube and can be accomplished with basic handtools. Fortunately, this impeller is a direct drop-in replacement for my Sta-rite pump and things are back up to pressure and efficiency.