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jonblarc7 03-21-2011 7:34 AM

Wouldn't this be a really good for a DIY shower
 
http://www.amazon.com/Jabsco-31700-0...ag=dealnewscom

I found this deal on Dealnews.com

Wouldn't this be a rally good deal for the pump for a shower install? I'm not really diggin the spray nosel but I could go to lowes and fix that. All I would need is the Y graden hose fitting and a few other parts right?

tyler97217 03-21-2011 10:12 AM

Are you looking for hot water or just cold water? If you just want cold lake water, you can go super cheap and put a ball valve on your ballast line and make one. You just turn the ball valve and turn your ballast on. I did that last year. Best part about it is I could use that line to fill other ballast bags in the boat for surfing, etc.....

jonblarc7 03-21-2011 10:37 AM

Diggs
Na I was thinking I could use this pump and tie into the side of the block for the warm water and the raw water pickup for the cold water. Then use a garden hose Y fitting to control the amount of cold and hot water I need. Just didn't know if this pump would have enough presure.

razzman 03-21-2011 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by jonblarc7 (Post 1667114)
Diggs
Na I was thinking I could use this pump and tie into the side of the block for the warm water and the raw water pickup for the cold water. Then use a garden hose Y fitting to control the amount of cold and hot water I need. Just didn't know if this pump would have enough presure.

Hard to say, if you zoom in enough on the picture you can see it says 50psi / Livewell on the pump. But hey for that price your not out much to try it either. Depending on how much hose you use it might retain enough pressure.


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