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Subaru PKX201 - 158 GPM (2") Water Pump

Subaru Water Pumps and Accessories
Model: PKX201
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Self-Priming Design
Requires initial priming to operate

Ceramic Carbon Mechanical Seal
Self-lubricating seal provides rugged construction for long life

Cast Iron Impeller and Volute
Ensures maximum durability and performance

Shimmable Impeller
Adjustable clearance as pump wears from dirt and grit

4.5 HP Subaru OHV 4-Cycle Engine w/ Speed Control
Provides enough power to pump 158 GPM

Low Oil Shutdown
Shuts the engine off when low oil level is detected

.73-Gallon Fuel Tank w/ Strainer
Provides 2.7 hours of peak run time on a full tank

Muffler w/ US Forestry Approved Spark Arrestor
Provides optimum sound reduction

Full Tubular Wrap-Around Frame
Heavy-duty steel frame protects the pump and motor on all sides

Includes Standard Accessories
Tool kit, hose coupling, strainer and hose band

Engine Brand
Robin Subaru
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycles
Low Oil Shutdown
4.5 hp
Fuel Tank Size
0.73 Gallons
Run Time
2.7 Hours
Consumer Engine Warranty
3 Years
Gallons Per Minute
158 Gallons
Inlet Diameter
Outlet Diameter
Self Priming
Pump Head Material
Pump Housing Drain
Mechanical Seal Material
Ceramic Carbon
Handles Solids
Suction Head
26 Feet
Total Head Lift
98 Feet
Maximum PSI
Tool Kit
Hose Couplings
Hose Bands
Lifting Hook
Wheel Kit
53 Pounds
Product Length
18.4 Inches
Product Width
14.1 Inches
Product Height
15.7 Inches
Consumer Warranty
3 Years
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  2 Questions
Q: Hi Jim Is it okay to have the input 2 inch in and reduce the output to a 1 1/2? that would probably increase the PSI a little bit more too, right? or do I have to match both input and output with the same size hose? Thank you.
by Marc D from Minnesota on January 22, 2014

A: It is always recommended that you use the same diameter hose/piping as the suction and discharge ports on the pump. While it is sometimes necessary to reduce that diameter, it is NOT recommended that you do so by more than one size. In this case, 1-1/2" hose or piping would be the maximum reduction, While you may see an increased pressure due to the reduced piping, the pump will also see an increased backpressure on the pump. The more you reduce the hose/piping diameter, the more you increase this backpressure AND increase premature pump failure that would NOT be covered under warranty.
by Jim, Product Expert

Q: Do you sell parts for pumps
by Kevin from Pennsylvania on November 24, 2013

A: Thank you for your interest in Water Pumps Direct. While we do not offer parts for any product that we sell, you could check THIS LINK to Sears Parts Direct to see if they would carry the parts you need.
by Jim, Product Expert

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