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well I asked to put in an order for 2 - happy to wait
No can do was the reply

Perhaps if we order in bulk?

Not hopeful

J

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Tue Feb 10, 2015 11:37 pm
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Asroc66, I have had the same response via the agent, but have also sent a request direct to the manufacturer. I have asked what size order they would need to do another production run. Wait and see what comes back.
I would take at least 2, and I am sure if we all looked at our cars and spares, we could probably manage a decent size order ?


Wed Feb 11, 2015 1:11 am
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Interestingly the GMB pump matches the OHV engine while the Protex brand is for the later OHC 1800.
Would just need to make sure we order the right one from GMB
I would gladly order 2 or even 3 if less that $150 each
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I have only enquired about the GMB-140-1130 that Redback has just fitted.
I expect there would be more demand for this than for the OHC pump.


Wed Feb 11, 2015 1:36 am
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Yep
I am just interested in the OHV
the OHC are readily available
My point is that the suppliers commonly only stock or mail out the OHC not knowing the difference
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I'd go a couple too, even though I just finished fixing mine.


Wed Feb 11, 2015 7:15 am
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I had a long discussion with my local radiator guy and he rang a bloke at Australian Truck Auto Parts,(ATAP) to
find out why the discrepancy in the part number. ie. PWP1001. This blokes advice was that Protex had sourced the pump direct from GMB and packaged it under that part number. Because there were no stocks available at all in OZ,he was unable to confirm this by taking a photo of 1 and compare it with the picture in the Protex catalogue.
Have a couple of leads to follow up on suppliers.
Will advise.

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I hope you have more luck than me Dave.
I received an e-mail from GMB stating that they had received my enquiry, but have had no further response.


Mon Feb 16, 2015 1:47 am
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Well, I have still had no response from GMB, despite a second request. So I have found another manufacturer in Germany, and sent them a request for information on a suitable replacement. They do list pumps to suit some Isuzu vehicles, although not the Bellett specifically, but you never know if you don't ask.
So fingers crossed.


Wed Feb 18, 2015 10:58 pm
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About the waterpumps, I might be of help with original isuzu rebuild sets for all the 1500 and 1600 ohv type engines. Costs will be 60 euro for a rebuild set.
I have also 2 used pumps on the shelf.
For the sohc engines I have new pumps available, but that does not seem to be a problem.
gr Dick


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I can confirm that a water pump I bought locally (new old stock TRW) for a 1973 to 1976 Chev luv 161 also fits a G200W twin cam.

These pumps are also still available from the state via Rockauto


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