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Part # 3262-17

Manufacturer Code 258

Dimensions 6.0" ID X 1/8" Cross Section

Alternate Part #'s 3081124, 35162, 355051275, 47025804, 71427, P95, POL2013302, SPX1580-Z1, SPX1580Z1, 90-423-5258, ALDO-299-0, APCO2452

Product Description

This is a generic bracket to volute o-ring replaces Hayward part number SPX1580Z1.  Used on the Hayward Power-Flo LX above ground pool pump and also the Polaris PB460 booster pump and Aqua-Flo XP / XP2 pumps.

  • Inside Diameter: 6"
  • Outside Diameter: 6-1/4"
  • Cord Thickness: 1/8"
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?     Asked on 8/25/2016by Tony

I need 1 O ring for my basket, Model # S8158X15 Serial # 2121130522601920055 And Jacks Formula 327 Multilube, I want to make sure I get the right part, can you help me with this information ? Thank You
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A  Answered on 9/2/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi Tony, Based on the info provided I was not able to the parts you're looking for. You can contact Hayward and provide them with that serial number or you can send us photos of the unit.
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?     Asked on 7/30/2020by Gareth

i have a hayward power-flo-lx SP1580Z2 will this fit?
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A  Answered on 11/13/2020 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

Hi Gareth, yes this o ring is compatible with the Hayward Powerflo LX pump series. 
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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

Pvc cutter/ hacksaw

Troubles with pump located in a tight spot when working on motors etc

Written on 9/18/2019 by Guest

I have to share that the smartest move you’ll thank yourself for is putting a union on in and out pipe of Polaris booster pump.

All I had to do for my 3/4 inch pvc pipe was pick best place for each side to come apart with minimal movement on connections.

Then cut the pipe (a pair of pvc cutters makes a straight cut but hacksaw will do)
Then put primer on all 4 pipe connections as well as primer on all 4 pvc union connections.

Slide pump slightly over to make room.

Glue pipe side first. Glue in slip of connector and glue on pipe and slide it on and hold for 30ish seconds as sometimes they slide off till glue grabs. Do same to other pipe.

Put glue in both union slips then on both pipes and slide it to the connections getting a good grip with pushing pipe into connector by hand.

Now after it dries you can move booster pump around as needed.

I even made note of wire connections and disconnect the 3 wires and boom. I can lift it outta there and to it to bench or where ever else is much more comfortable. Costs for unions about $10 for the glue and primer around $7.

One of the best favors I ever did myself!

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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

Socket Set, Adjustable Wrench

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Leaking booster pump

Written on 7/17/2018 by Guest

Turned off power, removed all nuts and bolts, separated the pump from the motor, removed impeller and cleaned all parts. installed new O ring and new seal, and it worked. Easy job. About 45 minutes to complete.

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