|id like to set up my sacks with some kind of quick |
connectection, im sick of threading leaking the stock setup any ideas,pics?
|yes. the perfect system...first you have to put a 3/4" pice of tubing in the sac with a hose barb and hose clamp it. you then use the flow-rite quick loc. cheap and very easy. you put one of the flow rite males on the end of the pump and outlet side of the pump and the famale socket on the sac. in the diagram i would not put holes in the hose inside the sac though. |
look at the:
that is very inexpensive, no resistence, and very quick and easy. drop me a line if you have any questions.
|Didn't I see that drawing for sale on ebay? |
|lol...i got that from someone here. was it your drawing? |
how funny. i had already done that but the drawing was to convenient not to keep for explanations.
|actually it reminds me of my stomach lately...|
|It's my drawing Ty.... lol |
How did you turn the background green????
|I especially like the focus job on the photo... |
same school of photography as my wife...
|hey where u get those icons i have been looking for a while |
|how do i find those parts on the flowrite site |
or where can i buy stuff in salinas ca
|I save them when ever I see them while surfing|
|nacidude, where do you live? in salinas? on the flow-rite.com go into the live well plumbing. then into the store is open sign. naci, |
what is you real name? i am wondering if I know you and maybe we can hook up...
|Hey do these have some sort of stop valve in them? For those of us who still have the throw over the side pumps, if you used these quick connects when you disconnect them do they keep the water from coming out?|