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Old     (healing)      Join Date: Dec 2002       02-25-2003, 9:11 PM Reply   
Old    chris_hargis            02-26-2003, 5:43 AM Reply   
Go to there website and price it. You have to actually look for the actuator, cable, and valve separately. It is going to come in around $50 for the entire setup (depending on cable length) just to give you an idea.
Old    oldschool            02-26-2003, 5:55 AM Reply   
I can't believe this question. You must not have looked very hard.

They actually cost about $329.79

I paid $120 for two valves, two cables, and two actuators.
Old    jmccallum            02-26-2003, 6:12 AM Reply   
Are there any retail stores that carry the flow-rite valves?
Old    chris_hargis            02-26-2003, 7:18 AM Reply   
Not to my knowledge, but you can probably find something similar at any bass boat dealer. It is just a livewell management system. The flow-rite systems are pretty nice though.
Old    jmccallum            02-26-2003, 7:44 AM Reply   
I agree. I have bad luck with shipping stuff across the boarder to Canada. I'm going to conatct them and see if they do have a ny retailers on the Interstate between my home and Orlando.

Thanks a lot,
Old     (mattman5000)      Join Date: Mar 2002       02-26-2003, 8:53 AM Reply   
So the Flow Rites are only available in manual, cable control? I was planning to get some but I thought they were electronic. I'm in the planning stages of a ballast system upgragde, I want to make my current system bigger and faster, and fully automatic.
Old    oldschool            02-26-2003, 9:01 AM Reply   
If you want it fast, forget electronic valves, they all have restriction. Flow-rite are the only ones without restriction. I have spent months searching, and they are best you can find.
Old     (jtfrisco)      Join Date: Apr 2002       02-26-2003, 9:06 AM Reply   
I agree with Craig, just flip the pump on and turn the valve on. It's real easy to do and there are absolutely no restrictions through the valves. Roger Miller at Flow-rite is an awesome guy as well, you can call him at 8:00 at night and he will gladly help you.


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