Yes, you can.
First, find the exact part (by part number) that you need by looking it up here on Hayward website: haywardnet
And then perform an online search online (using Google.com for example) with that part number.
For example, if I needed a new Hayward SP1500 pump housing cover, I would go to the Hayward site above and look under pumps and then find the SP1500 model. Looking at that document tells me that the housing cover is part #spx1500b. Next, I would perform on online seach using the terms "hayward pump part spx1500b". In this example, I found the part at several online stores very quickly (by the way, it costs around $35 in case you were wondering!!)
Hope this helps ...
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