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    Steve STSPERFORMANCE's Avatar
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    Plastic Fitting On Top Of Pump Housing

    How Is This Held In? Is It Threaded Or Pressed?

    What To Get Mine Out If It Is Threaded.

    Anyone??


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    Quote Originally Posted by STSPERFORMANCE View Post
    How Is This Held In? Is It Threaded Or Pressed?

    What To Get Mine Out If It Is Threaded.

    Anyone??
    Never taken it out... but my guess is that it's threaded since it has a hex head Why do you want to remove it???

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    Steve,It is threaded....But why would you want to take it out???

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    It can be replaced with a fitting to use for a water line. Maybe cooling or pressure relief
    I think it's 22mm but I can't remember since the last time I took it off. It's either that or some odd size slightly bigger.

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    dang steve, i just thought i tore my skis appart.

    you tha man.

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    WATERLINE

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    It is the main water inlet strainer, why would you want to remove it? I would think with it out you would have water flow problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    It can be replaced with a fitting to use for a water line. Maybe cooling or pressure relief
    I think it's 22mm but I can't remember since the last time I took it off. It's either that or some odd size slightly bigger.
    I could see cooling but if thats the case i would "T" it off inside the boat.
    Pressure relief....

    Quote Originally Posted by STSPERFORMANCE View Post
    WATERLINE

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    threaded

    Are you gonna use it for a water supply?
    This disables the OPAS too as water pressure will no longer supply it correct?

    Last edited by RX951; 09-11-2008 at 10:09 AM.

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    Yes, Gonna Use As A Waterline.

    No Longer Have The Opas On Boat.

    Can I Draw From The Housing Or Tee It Off??

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