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    keeping siphon bilge line on jet works?

    if i want to keep that bilge line and make a new hole thru transom to pump strainer of course using all h.p. hose what type of fitting in transom do you use?(i. r.
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    its a double male through hull fitting

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    http://islandracing.net/islandracing2.html

    go to this link and scroll down and you can see a pic of one

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    Did Riva stop making these?

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    awsome!

    what size fitting for hoses and use a plastic nut of somekind to mount to the transom?

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    thanks scittb!

    i,m sure carl has them , looks like a simple plumbing assy,and with a little silicone around the washers?

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    Jerry has R&D thru hull fittings in the store, I bought one of those they are CNC aluminum you can get them for 3/8" or 1/2" hose. I use 3/8" for the jetworks. http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1132
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    transom fittings

    i.r. has it 3/8 with washers in between , i saw a jetworks install and fercho verison going through the fiberglass next to the metal transom, don,t like idea of removing siphon bilge

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetdave56 View Post
    i.r. has it 3/8 with washers in between , i saw a jetworks install and fercho verison going through the fiberglass next to the metal transom, don,t like idea of removing siphon bilge
    its a personal choice whether you do or not. most of whom I know, have removed the siphon bilge and either rely on thier elec bilge or install a second bilge as a failsafe.

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    there is no point in having the siphon bilge. i took mine out because there is an electric one in there.

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