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    water hook up

    on my 01 pro 1200 i got 3 pissers so i cant hook up the flush kit. where can i hook the hose up at? tryin to get every thing winterized and just need to no where to hook up the hose at if u guys could help me that would be great


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    Quote Originally Posted by polarisman01 View Post
    on my 01 pro 1200 i got 3 pissers so i cant hook up the flush kit. where can i hook the hose up at? tryin to get every thing winterized and just need to no where to hook up the hose at if u guys could help me that would be great
    They make triple pisser hook-ups which work bitchen, they are plugged right into the pissers.
    Randy at Watcon and Blowsion has them.

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    i new about that one, i thought i seen that there was some other way to do it.

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    Sure, put a T into the supply line going from the pump to the engine and then block the line coming from the pump with some hose pinch off pliers (When flushing only) so it doesn't just roll out the back of the pump. Remember to remove the pliers when done flushing.

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    so t in to the line going to the exhaust or the one going to the exhaust man. i think i no what ur talkin about but if u could put a pic or a diagram up that would help me out alot thanks

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    At hose 4

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    thanks alot, then i would plug it so it dont come out at the pump right?

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    Yeppers, but only while running it on the hose. I've had guys bring them in overheating after a flush only to find pliers or pinch clamps still clamped to the feed hose.

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    allright thanks alot

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    FLUSH

    Why Not Take The Pump Hose Off The Existing Tee,setup A Hose With A Fitting To Fit A Garden Hose And Clamp It On There,no Need To Plug Anything,nothing To Cut,no Added Clamps,and Simple Put It Back Like Stock When Done

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