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    Reversible Pumps with Remote Filling


    Shadetreefab
    • Year: 2007 Brand: Malibu Model / Trim: Lsv Cost: $500-$999 Ballast Modifications: Fat sac(s), Pump(s), Hose, Switches, Wiring, Fittings DIY or Professional Install: I installed it

    3 johnson reversables, 2 mounted to a 4 pump rack that is bolted to the rear grab handle studs behind the motor, 1 more is mounted on a ss t bracket next to the bow tank drain pump, I used the front drain plug for the front pump intake. Two new intakes next to oil pan for the rear/mid pumps. All three have ball valve shut offs. All wiring is 12g marine duplex with deutsch connectors and I had 4 open spots on the factory beaker panel, replaced 3 of them with 25 amp breakers. All hose is 1" wakemakers. Fitting are a mix of ronix,sumo,dry-loc and flow rite. Front is for bow bag, mid is seat/floor bags and rear is locker bag, f/m are quick connect so no hose's is laying around when not surfing, f is above cup holder, m is behind driver seat.

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    Nicely done Shadetreefab.   I'm glad I waited to do mine... you've got some great ideas in there.  

    I was going to fiberglass in a place to screw the bracket to... but the rear grab handle bolts is an even better idea.  

    I know I'm gonna have some questions when I finally get to mine.  Thanks for posting.

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    That turned out great.  Love the panel mount connectors for plugging in the ballast hoses.  I've got something similar but I don;t think those connectors were around at that point.  I might have to upgrade mine.  Nice job.

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    1 hour ago, MartinArcher said:

    That turned out great.  Love the panel mount connectors for plugging in the ballast hoses.  I've got something similar but I don;t think those connectors were around at that point.  I might have to upgrade mine.  Nice job.

    https://www.bakesonline.com/detail.aspx?ID=3803

    used this on the back

    https://www.wakemakers.com/wakemakers-1-drylok-bag-fitting.html

    and these on the front, I want to change them to the ronix ones with the caps though. Bend/shape ss plate to fit, then drilled it with a hole saw and debur, used 4200 for thread sealer just so I wouldn't have to worry about it.

     

     

     

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