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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 18-05-2021, 11:14 Thread Starter
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Morning. I need to replace my shurflo pump. Its an old model, not sure how old as we have had our German LHD MH for 2 years and its a 1993.
The pump is a Shurflo Diaphragm Model 208-110-42 20psi.
Can anyone advise what would be a suitable Shurflo replacement.
TIA for any help given
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The same model?....If not ensure a newer model is the same pipe connection and more important the same flow rate.

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This will do the job, 12v and 20psi are the main factors. Surflo often change the exact model number for the same unit.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/CARAVAN-MAR...1337394&sr=8-1

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As terry says, not sure if he searched for the cheapest place or not.
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As terry says, not sure if he searched for the cheapest place or not.
Nope, but at that price Id happily pay as its about what I paid 5-6 years ago.

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I think my last one was about 48, best value for a van and easy to pick up if it does go south.
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Either of those links looks good to me, the cost of a replacement here is around 150 - hence why I bought from the U.K. when I needed one a couple of years ago.... that cost me around 60 plus postage.

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Either of those links looks good to me, the cost of a replacement here is around 150 - hence why I bought from the U.K. when I needed one a couple of years ago.... that cost me around 60 plus postage.
You've been looking at the wrong suppliers Dave https://www.mon-camping-car.com/arti...e-avec-filtre-.


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