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Old 01-04-2013, 08:33 AM   #21
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I just went to their site and I couldn't find that pump. Just got it last summer. Sorry
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Old 01-04-2013, 04:09 PM   #22
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I tried a search on there site and did not recieve any results also, Thanks for the info.In a couple weeks Quartzsite will have an event with a big rv tent with lots of deals.I plan on replacing all my interior lite bulbs with leds at half price and I think I'll pick up RV water pump. They seem to last for years, running dry won't hurt them, self priming, All I have to do is bypass the pressure switch ,put alligator clips on it and maybe mount it to a board. Cfsoistman, my vent is at the top of the tank and yes I believe water can splash out over the course of the trip.I'm thinking about getting some hose and making a big circle with the high part being above the tank by about 10" and maybe this will help . It might syphon to the fitting level but any sloshing will be contained I hope. Thanks guys for the info. Mike
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