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    Need advice on bilge pump for 2014 RXTX

    I'm putting 2 800 GPH bilge pumps in a 14 TX and was wondering where to put the discharge lines. Would you go with a stainless thru hull or would you tie it into an existing line. If you would tie it into an existing which one should I tie it into? Thanks for any help.


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    see post 111 and 112 here for where I mounted mine on my 2010 T-X:

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=79658&page=3

    There also many others guys post in this very lengthy thread.

    Bottom line, most guys use aluminum thru hull fittings mounted ABOVE the water line, mainly to see that it is working as desired.

    Tons of great ideas on pump locations, switch locations, electrical info, etc, etc

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    I check it out thank you

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