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NMG1973

Sumo 850 sacs

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NMG1973

Has anyone use the Straight Line Sumo Max 850 lb sacks? I just ordered them for my T22 and was just curious if anyone had used them and what you thought? They are the same dimensions and price as the 750's so I figured I would give them a shot. I have the Sumo 650 for the bow.

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boardjnky4

I have the sumo 900 brostock bags in my boat. They rock.

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Shastasurf

I've abused them for a season and they are still great.  U prolly have reversible pumps plumbed but if not.......I had some issues with sumo pump hose, but wakemakers is awesome and sent me a new one.  The seal with the new pump and old bags isn't great so make sure u have multiple seals.  

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NMG1973

Awesome, good to hear! They will be going in with the plug and play so won't be any external pumps. I liked the ergonomics of them over the Fly High bags.

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granddaddy55
On 4/5/2017 at 0:13 PM, NMG1973 said:

Has anyone use the Straight Line Sumo Max 850 lb sacks? I just ordered them for my T22 and was just curious if anyone had used them and what you thought? They are the same dimensions and price as the 750's so I figured I would give them a shot. I have the Sumo 650 for the bow.

The key for my smaller boat and the 7 or 850 same bag was that I need to lengthen my drain hose to go forward under bag and loop back to back of locker to a 90 quick Connection to not kink the back of bag to yo attach to super short(mistake) drain line and a straight quick connection, since mine goes forward to vent line under the front locker wall, I ruined both 750's with the bind I put on that vent hole ftom going underneath wall and possibly the 12-14 inch with 90, that might ought to be a longer circle loop that connects with a straight quick connection.  I'll know this once I fix the back drain length, your larger lockers may not have these problems , love the sack,  I use dripless water system vents that screw in to top unused hole, work

great with no need to put in vent lines, got that from forum member 

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