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04-06-2017, 12:16 PM
I have a 2008 Supra Launch 22SSV with the Indmar 325. I want to replace the impeller this spring and it is the first time I will be doing it (just bought the boat in September 2016). Could I get the correct impeller replacement (I believe it is Johnson #09-812B) but wanted to make sure before I ordered it. I called a local dealer, but they wanted the serial number from the engine to confirm. The boat is still shrink wrapped, so I don't have anyway to get to it right now. Also, has anyone used the impeller puller? Is it worth it to buy it as well?

04-06-2017, 12:25 PM
Yes. This is the right one. This page confirms for you:


I have not used a puller but those who have swear by them. I usually just spray lubricant in there, bump the engine over to loosen it after the cover is off (don't start it) and then pull it with a needle nose or paint can lid remover or both. Some swear by the locking needle nose pliers.

04-06-2017, 12:26 PM
That's the correct impeller. Just changed mine on my 08 LSV with the same motor. You can get it on amazon for like 35 bucks

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04-06-2017, 02:47 PM
I've changed impellers with and without the puller. without, you need to spray silicone in there and possibly bump the engine. the first impeller I did was totally mangled by my needle nose vice grips. And it took way longer than it should have and I was way more frustrated than I should have been.

So I bought an impeller puller. It's so much easier. Yeah, they're kind of expensive for what they are, but if I had to do it over I'd still buy it. Having the right tool for the job made it way easier. And it's still cheaper than paying a dealer to do that stuff for ya.

04-06-2017, 04:28 PM
spray with silicone, bump engine, it will start to roll out, then use 2 paint can openers to pull it out.