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Old     (ferrarispider95)      Join Date: Mar 2002       07-27-2004, 11:25 AM Reply   
I got a great deal on the pump. Under perfect conditions at full capacity it would be capable of filling a 600 lb sack in 1 min and 10 secs.

My only problem is that the pump has a 1.5" inlet and outlet and the valve on a fat sac is 3/4". So basically the bottle neck will be at the fill nozzle. What I planned to do is, is run a "T" from the outlet to each side of the fat sack fill holes. I will have to completely empty the sac of any air and attached both fittings to the sac.


Do you think this will work. Another problem is actually going from 1.5" to 3/4". I might have to go through a couple reducers to make it work.

What do you think? I know its overkill, but so is 14 different speakers in a boat and it was one of those deals where I got the pump cheap and even it doesnt work thought it would be a cool project.
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