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Thread: Looking for new pump

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    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Tulsa, OK

    Looking for new pump

    I have an A.O. Smith Centurian switchless motor - I think it is 1HP

    I want to buy a variable speed pump and I am looking at the Pentair 011018 Intelliflo Variable speed pump - 3 HP

    I have a pool that is between 20,000 and 25,000 gallons with a spa and a fountain. The spa has its own pump.

    Looking for input on if this is a good option of anyone had any other suggestions.
    Tulsa, OK,Gunite inground pool - lagoon finish - 20,000 gallons
    Hot tub in one corner that is raised about 3 feet and has two spillovers into the pool
    Small side pool with two pipes that jet up water and has two spillovers into the pool
    Has a sundeck at the front

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    Join Date
    May 2016
    Tulsa, ok

    Re: Looking for new pump

    Hey Tagteam - I'm also in Tulsa. Are you wanting a totally new pump or just a motor? I just replaced the 1.65 HP motor on my Pentair PacFab pump with this guy. They also have a 2.7 HP of the same motor. It was really easy to install and if you put a rebuild kit in (replace all the seals, etc) in your pump, it's almost like a whole new pump.
    ~17k gallon, plaster/gunite pool, Pac Fab Challenger Pump 1.65HP, Sand filter. Rheem Heater. Waterfalls with 1 hp pump. Main Drain and 1 Skimmer.
    TF-100XL test kit

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    Jun 2011
    Midland TX

    Re: Looking for new pump

    You might also contact INYO pools. They have good support and advice on new pumps.
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