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Replacing the Well Pump

Posted by Retired Geezer on May 22, 2006

In order to replace the pump, you need to pull all the pipe out of the well casing.

Bud the Neighbor makes a tool to hold the pipe up in the air.

Kids, please wear your protective equipment when you cut steel with a torch.

Here's the tool in action.

Normally you would need a big truck with a pipe pulling crane.

Unless you have 2 strong sons to do that part of the job.


One Response to “Replacing the Well Pump”

  1. tworinhor said

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