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tparider

FlyHigh quick connect - W730 and W732 needed?

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tparider

Exactly what role do the W730 and W732 play in the connection of the FlyHigh sacs to make everything work properly?

I'm adding some sacs to the stock set up (using the stock pumps and keeping the factory ballast) and know that I need the W736 and W742 for each hole in the sac (fill, empty, overflow), but what in the world are the W730 and W732 really for? If possible, give me an example of specifically where they connect and what they connect to.

thanks!

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Jimmy Buffett

The W730 you would screw into one of the holes on the sac. The W732 you would screw onto a garden hose and it locks into the W730. The W730 also has a cap for closing. These come with the sac but I didn't use them. I bought the W736 and 737 along with some Flow-Rite quick connects to connect to fill and drain pumps.

Barefoot International

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The W730 you would screw into one of the holes on the sac. The W732 you would screw onto a garden hose and it locks into the W730. The W730 also has a cap for closing. These come with the sac but I didn't use them. I bought the W736 and 737 along with some Flow-Rite quick connects to connect to fill and drain pumps.

Barefoot International

okay so if I'm capping off one of the plugs on the sac, I could use a W730.

You said the W732 goes on a garden hose? Why? Who would use that?

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Jimmy Buffett

Cap the holes with the W731. Should have come with some of those. No idea who would use a garden hose...but that's what their website says it's for. Like I said, I don't use them.

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