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Murphy8166

15' versus 16' PNP hose configuration

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Murphy8166

My 15' has three hoses going into each sac and a ball valve to isolate the tank from bag.  I see the 16's have only two hoses.

Whats the difference and does anyone know what each of the 3 hoses do or lead to/cone from on the 15's

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wheelman
10 minutes ago, Murphy8166 said:

My 15' has three hoses going into each sac and a ball valve to isolate the tank from bag.  I see the 16's have only two hoses.

Whats the difference and does anyone know what each of the 3 hoses do or lead to/cone from on the 15's

The hose with ball valve is your fill which is wyed with the fill of the hose of the factory tank fill, this goes to the top of your bag to fill. The two hoses on the floor go to each end of the bags drains and the hoses go into the top of the stock tank to drain your bags into the stock tank and then drain out the thru hull

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Murphy8166

I have been connecting all three hoses to bottom of bag.  Guess I need to remove the hose with the ball valve on it and got to top of bag...

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wheelman

what type of bags do you have? I assume you have more than 1 hole on each end of the bag?

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Murphy8166

WM custom 824's - holes all over that thing

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