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Old 04-03-2007, 11:30 AM   #21
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For a four hole you just get two more Y's and fit one to each of the outlets on the first Y. I'll leave you to work out what you need to do for a 3 hole.
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Old 04-03-2007, 11:30 AM   #22
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Like the "handy" work in pic 1
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Old 04-03-2007, 01:11 PM   #23
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On a 4 hole 2 tubes will sufice. You dont det an more water volume by having more outlet tubes.
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Old 04-03-2007, 01:28 PM   #24
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Wont it suck in air, or just let all the water back out?
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Old 05-03-2007, 09:10 PM   #25
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10 mil air pipe 10 mil y conecter u can get fittins from bsl or any factors just have 2 makr conecter 2 fit hose about 6 7 quid thats all
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Old 06-03-2007, 12:16 AM   #26
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10 mil air pipe 10 mil y conecter u can get fittins from bsl or any factors just have 2 makr conecter 2 fit hose about 6 7 quid thats all

Shame 10mm is too big! its 8mm you need
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Old 06-03-2007, 01:37 AM   #27
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I cant find anywhere on the net that sells the parts to make these.

Mr Rob....
just go down to your nearest plumbing suplier, or bettet still,to a modelshop, ask a length of 10mm fuel pip, you should also be able to bay a chube of clear silicone. Work the silicone into the end of your hose pipe with ya 2 pieces of pip.... cost me £1.00 for the pip and £3.50 for the silicone.

made mine about 8 years ago when skint,though abit crude, works fine, used it on me xs, but were abit of a squeez on a sports master.

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not if u use silycone based n twist it in then it dont come out dont u weston younguns no anything
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not if u use silycone based n twist it in then it dont come out dont u weston younguns no anything

I said! you work the silicon in the end of the hose pipe, not in the ruddy water pickups ,but your best off cutting a seperate piece of hose, with a hose extention, so her indoors dosen't bicker when she wants to wash the Roses.

Its always worked for me, no probs Mr Gash
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that looks pukka! Can u give us all a list of parts and suppliers?
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Basically it's 8mm air hose & fittings that been adapted to fit 1/2" hose.
I took the original picture to my local Hose Fitting & Accessory mfrs (Yellow Pages) and explained what I needed.
They done the rest.
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How much did it cost and can I have their number?
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How much did it cost and can I have their number?
Blimey mate, it was 12 squids & their in Erith, a million miles from you!
Must be someone local!
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Here you go then. www.pirtec.co.uk
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