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Heavy Duty Water Pumps

Gates water pumps are developed in partner with top OEMs, bringing your heavy-duty vehicle’s cooling system a high-quality, high-strength water pump constructed with premium alloy materials. The pumps are 100% functional and quality tested, with upgraded seals and bearings to handle diesel loads. We also conducted leakage test on the casting and fully assembled water pump to ensure your water pump stands up to the toughest demands.

  • Designed to handle rugged Fleet standards
  • Pumps are computer-tooled and fitted with a precisely balanced impeller to ensure OE fit and function
  • Covered by the best heavy-duty warranty in the industry

All Parts

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Part # Housing Contents Rotation of Impeller Impeller Material Timing Belt Driven
41111HD Cast Aluminum Tensioner Pulley Standard No
41129HD Cast Aluminum Idler Pulley Standard No
41173HD Cast Aluminum Idler Pulley Standard No
41174HD Cast Aluminum Idler Pulley Standard No
41175HD Cast Aluminum Idler Pulley Standard No
41176HD Cast Iron Water Pump, Bushing, O-Ring Reverse No
41199HD Cast Iron Water Pump, Gasket Reverse Plastic No
42102HD Cast Iron Water Pump Standard Brass No
42111HD Cast Iron Water Pump, Gasket Standard Stamped Steel No
42114HD Cast Iron Water Pump Standard No
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Keeps Your Coolant Moving and Your Engine Running

Whether you're working on a construction site or sending fleets across the country, maintaining the proper engine temperature is critical to ensure your trucks, buses, and vehicular equipment run properly.

Our heavy-duty water pumps are designed for superior resistance to corrosion, chemicals, and high-operating temperatures, and they're tested to stand up to some of the most challenging applications in the industry.

Conducting Complete System Repairs

When your water pump fails, your vehicle engine can crack and seize up, leading to costly engine damage and unwanted downtime. We always recommend using OE-equivalent parts that are manufactured to your vehicle specifications. Your water pumps and cooling system components are designed to wear at about the same rate, so you'll want to Be System Smart by checking your cooling system, and other critical vehicle systems, at 60,000 miles and conducting a full replacement at 90,000 miles.