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Help me ID this Head #18395
01/21/20 11:59 PM
01/21/20 11:59 PM
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Attached is a snap I took of the head aboard my 1981 J/30 (hull #199). I cannot find any markings for make or model on it. Can anyone help identify it?

I'm hoping to pick up a refurb kit (or two) for it.

Thanks!
Jonathan

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Windspeed #199
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Re: Help me ID this Head [Re: Windspeed #199] #18397
01/25/20 12:09 PM
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Looks like the original head that came with the boats. Forgot the name, but the company is no longer in business. I went down this road. Trust, me just go new. Rebuild kits are around $75.00. New Jabsco head is only $150- 175 Supper easy to install. The rebuilds are messy and time consuming. Old head out and new head in took just 20 minutes. Good luck.

Re: Help me ID this Head [Re: Windspeed #199] #18398
01/29/20 09:15 PM
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Pretty sure it's a Wilcox-Crittenden HeadMate.

GL,

-Chris

Re: Help me ID this Head [Re: Windspeed #199] #18399
01/30/20 09:15 AM
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x2 on just buy a new one. Went through this last season.


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