How To Find The Correct Pool Pump Shaft Seal

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  1. I could not find any numbers on my Pump. The seal has an inside diameter of 5/8 in.
    the total length with the seal and seat is 1 inch without the seat it is 6/8 ”
    the seat with the rubber ring around it is 17/16 diameter and the seat itself ( the white ceramic ) is 1 inch diameter.
    Peter.jackson@usa.com

    1. Finding a shaft seal by measurements is not a real efficient way of doing it. Did you look on the impeller, diffuser, or seal plate for any part numbers?

      I have never seen a pump that has zero identification numbers on any of the parts.

    1. If that impeller is installed in a Challenger pump, no it will not. If that impeller is on anything else, I cannot tell you for certain. The pump housing’s make and model is the information most necessary to find gasket and seal parts. Do you have that info?

  2. I am trying to find a shaft seal kit for an Intex sand filter SF60110. The motor part number is 11807EG. The only part number I can find on the impellor or plate is >PPE<. Thanks!

    1. Did you find your shaft seal? I Had mine go recently and think I’ve found a replacement for it. Waiting on a couple from China. It appears to be a metric seal.
      Google “301-12“

  3. I’m trying to find a shaft seal kit for a Century 1081 with part number 0-173840-23 and Frame Number N56CZ. Any thoughts? Cheers. MattJ

  4. Looking for a shafts seal kit for an above ground pool pump.
    Model # SD-10-1N11AC5
    Serial# SD1007131411
    Think it’s a Waterway model.

  5. I am trying to find a shaft seal kit for an above ground pool
    pump model cs20110-m
    diffuser # 28647-4

    I have an intex pool with the combination sand/salt 2650 gph up to 15,000 gal

    thank you for any help you could give

    1. Unfortunately, we do not carry parts for Intex pumps. Also, most of the manuals and parts breakdowns I have seen of Intex systems over there years, the shaft seal s not a piece sold by itself. Intex likes to bundle their motor and drive train parts (seal plate impeller and shaft seal) together rather than parting them out.

  6. Hi, we have an Intex SF70110 and need to replace the shaft seal. The impeller part # is 28647. Any assistance for the correct shaft seal kit size would be greatly appreciated .

    1. I did a quick search of “SF70110 parts’ in google, and quite a few results came up. The second result was the parts manual for the pump and filter. It looks like the parts from the impeller all the way to the motor, which includes the shaft seal, are not sold as individual pieces. You might want to contact Intex or the dealer you purchased the filter system from to see if they can source parts. Because we are not an Intex dealer, my research resources are limited.

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