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    For those of you looking to put a bilge pump in your Ski....

    I just might have a good solution for you on how to run the plumbing.

    On one of the bailer tubes (up high) you could put on of these check valves inline

    http://www.consolidatedplastics.com/...tor-C1497.aspx

    This would prevent water from going back down into the bailer when the pump turns on

    Then downstream a few inches put one of these "t's"

    http://www.consolidatedplastics.com/...ion-C2157.aspx

    Plumb your pump into the "T"

    Does this sound like a reasonable solution, rather than some sort of a thruhull fitting that can leak?

    Feedback?


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    All the sea-doo's I've seen already have a check valve inline.

    I don't think your going to get enough volume through the tubes and you'll strain the hell out of your bilge pump.

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