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Wye to bow sack off factory pump


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I thought I saw before where  a member here installed a wye valve to fill an auxiliary bow sack using the factory bow pump (not sure how it drained though).  Does anyone recall that or have a link?  I've been unable to locate it.  Just planning ahead on our soon to deliver LSV and thinking that may be the most cost effective option for a bow sack vs. dedicated pumps, plumbing, switches or a throw over the side pump. Thanks! 

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mind putting pics up of install - where you put pump and routed fill/vent lines?  Thinking about doing the same - kinda know where to run the lines but not sure where to put pump and intake?

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I did mine by teeing off both fill and drain line off the factory.  I bought new tees to the hard tank factory fitting and installed new tees. I then ran new hoses inside the panels and around each side of the bow .. I have not tested it out because it was right before I stored it for the winter. I just got it out of the caves and as you know it has been raining and cold here. I am planning on going out for a shakedown cruise to make sure every thing is working.  I will post the result.  See my post on. Modification section I'd you have any questions 

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Lots of rain for sure.  I actually made it out to Longview yesterday just to finish up a few project.  The courtesy docks at the ramp are completely submerged. 

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