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parkerbomar 08-19-2013 10:01 PM

Quick question Ballast sacs
 
Need a pump what is the best, cheapest, DIYs I want a whole list of ideas.


It is for a boat with no system I could do a install but would rather not.

cedarcreek216V 08-20-2013 5:37 AM

I would install one jabsco pump, you can't avoid this unless you want to throw a tsunami over the side every time, then put a 20 foot hose with a quick disconnect on it for whatever brand of sacs you want to use. This was you can fill and drain bags in and around your boat with ease. This will require the elase amount of holes through the hull and the least amount of installation time.

Or you can just wait a bit for the Ronix bags to come out and see if they are all they are hyped up to be and go that route and not have to do any installation if they really fill and drain as quickly as they say they do.

parkerbomar 08-21-2013 1:58 PM

Has anyone bought just the tsunami pump and then gotten adaptors?

boardman74 08-21-2013 2:09 PM

You can do that but by the time to buy the pump, wiring, cigarette lighter plug, hose, clamps and adapters its probably easier and maybe cheaper to just buy one all put together.

The whole thing ready to go is $100 (1200 tsunami)or pump is $45, 2 adapters @$7 each, 10 feet of hose @ $10, say $5 for clamps, then probably $15 for wire, butt connectors, plug etc. So parts you at $89. Not worth it to me to chase all the parts and spend an hour putting it together for 10 bucks or probably less.


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