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Old     (trace)      Join Date: Feb 2002       06-30-2006, 8:53 AM Reply   
Well, I finally took one of my pumps into Lowe's to figure out my inlet manifold. I know several people have struggled with the oddball 1-1/8" fittings on the Tsunami pumps, so hopefully this will be of some help. This is going to end up a little larger overall than I really wanted it to be, but I found some fittings that work very well with the Tsunami 1200's.

These are 2" sanitary / sewer tees, and 2 x 1-1/4 reducer bushings. The rubber gasket on the pump base is from the sink repair area, I think it's meant for a bathroom sink drain. The jam nut that comes with the pump fits perfectly inside the 1-1/4 pipe size. The nut is snug, but will slip just a bit, so combined with the rubber gasket I should be able to orient the pump discharge in any direction.

Just wanted to toss up some pics while it's still in pieces. Let me know if you see something that could be changed for the better.

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