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    Need a bilge pump for this weekend!!

    Anyone selling a rule pump? Mine finally crapped out on one of my slxs. Im pretty sure the hull seam leaks on it so it will have a gallon or two of water in it after sitting for 4-5 hours. We're planning on riding this weekend so ill need a pump for it. Thanks guys!


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    You dont have a marine supply store anywhere near? Otherwise contact John Zigler at watcon. If you catch him early enough he may be able to ship today yet. Im sure he could get it to you by friday for sure.

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    Yeah there's a shop by me. That's my backup plan they have them for 45$. Seems kind of salty. Just hoping someone on here has one laying around they'd let go for cheap

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    I guess another question to ask would be, are these pumps automatic?

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    The pump comes on when the engine runs. A Rule 360 or Rule 500 is what you want. They are rated to run dry which these are required to do. If you buy one from a store it wont have the plug on the end.

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/RULE-360-GPH...#ht_798wt_1362

    This is actual in indiana and says id have it by wednesday. Does this look right?

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    Yup. Thats what you want.

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    Perfect thanks for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by blairwill4 View Post
    The Rule 360gph is the original Polaris OEM bilge pump.

    The Rule 500gph is a reasonable upgrade as it pumps faster yet still has modest electrical power requirements. Either will work nicely.

    Make sure the bilge pump you buy has no 'automatic' switch or mode, just a straight up always on bilge pump. The LR module in the Polaris electrical box will provide the bilge pump on-off control.

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    I actually had a 500 gph pump that came out of it. That's interesting. I bought another 360 for 20$ that should be here by Wednesday. Speaking of lr modules. What would cause one to melt a hole in it? I just replaced one in my other ski and it had a dime size hole melted into it

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