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-   -   Simmer Pumps - where to buy? (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=79651)

greatdane 08-24-2003 6:46 PM

Hi all. You convinced me that Simmer is the way to go over Jabsco. <BR> <BR>Where should I buy it? <BR> <BR>Got an on-line source? <BR> <BR>I want it to be reversible.

trace 08-24-2003 8:59 PM

<a href="http://www.beatlas.com/" target="_blank">http://www.beatlas.com/</a> <BR>they're reversible, but not explosion proof.

greatdane 08-24-2003 11:12 PM

Trace, I guess you mean that the Simmer pumps are not spark protected. I understand that the Jabsco pumps are protected. Perhaps this is why they are twice the price and used by MC.

trace 08-25-2003 5:16 AM

probably so. just don't mount them in the bilge or engine compartment &amp; you're fine.

typhoon 08-25-2003 6:58 AM

simer told me their wholesaler is beatlas. they are cheap and work great. i was told that they are not supposed to be puit in the engine compartment, but manyu people i talk to still do it. the ironic thing is that they say that they are splash proof or maybe even water proof...

siuski 08-25-2003 8:40 AM

Great service at be atlas! I don't think they realize that we are using those pumps in this manner. Dennis at BE Atlas hadn't even heard of wakeboarding.

greatdane 08-25-2003 9:53 AM

I was planning on putting my pumps under the rear seat (driver's side) in my 2000 VLX. <BR>The air space is loosely connected to the bilge and engine compartment. <BR> <BR>I wanted to use the Simmers to save money, but I do want to risk of explosion! <BR> <BR>Last weekend, JR and I cut the holes (fill, vents and drains) and installed the thru-hull connections. Just need to pump it and wire it now.

typhoon 08-25-2003 9:56 AM

that will be no worries at all.

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