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Old 02-19-2017, 08:21 AM   #1
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water pump mount broken

So the mount on the left side is broken completely off. How screwed am I?
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It's a 2006 honda cbr600rr. Pictures are gunky, I know. I was in the midst of cleaning it up when I noticed. I had a chain break that messed some stuff up in there a long time ago and it was fixed, but I guess it was fragile.
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you can probably get it welded back on but you'll probably have to pull the engine so they can get to it.
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you can probably get it welded back on but you'll probably have to pull the engine so they can get to it.
By that point I would imagine a replacement would be better
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if you can get one cheap. I've had one of mine welded before. cost me about $20. never had a problem after that. Just need to find a good welder that can weld cast aluminum.
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Or run it like it is if nothing is leaking.
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don't know if its compatible but there is this one on craigslist for parts.
https://houston.craigslist.org/mpo/6003944144.html
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