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Old 10-02-2009, 11:07 AM   #21
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Ah, i see. It would be nice to manufacture something of a similar design but on a lower budget aimed more at people like myself and many others on here that can't really justify spending amounts like that.

I'll keep you all posted.
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Old 10-02-2009, 11:17 AM   #22
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I have still got one Cookee if you would like to copy or improve on it !!

PS Its not a Salmon one Its just a cheap copy.
Well don't just sit in your office like a hermit, walk the 100yards and bring it over or can you not find it at the moment?
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Old 10-02-2009, 11:23 AM   #24
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Does anyone have a combined pick up and dump for a bow tank please?

Cash waiting for a new or very good condition one!

Thanks!
i have a stainless pickup from a baker phantom,
Its the 33C cable type with one tube that slides inside the other.
and maybe a dump, but its defo seperate. might even be an electric bilge pump type dump, i will check if your interested.
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Old 10-02-2009, 06:12 PM   #25
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Well don't just sit in your office like a hermit, walk the 100yards and bring it over or can you not find it at the moment?
Come and get it !!
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Translated means "I've found it now."
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Old 10-02-2009, 10:34 PM   #27
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re pick up and dump one unit

had one made for my mostas twin a number of years a go realy slick item never jamed 100% craftmanship spot on dont know if they are sill going guy called walley think the company was called argon weld will look for a phone number tomorrow some one on here must have used them in the past located in kent not to far from martins power products marine D.D
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Old 10-02-2009, 11:19 PM   #28
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Wally's in Maidstone Dave. He's still going but mostly works on bicycles now, when he's not playing keyboards in his band. I think the company name has changed.
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pick up

all of kent look the same to me (essex boy) yes he was makeing down hill bikes when i spoke to him last oval tube in side round out side for the frame . he would take thick wall tube flatern it then turn it round again using the thick wall side on load bearing planes do you have a phone number for him ? dodgy D
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I try and find one for you. He must be so old now, I remember him welding up a gearbox casing for a 135 Evinrude for my Dad and I thought he was old then! I'm told he still does very good work though.
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re pick up and dump

I have posted this before, my pick up picks up and seems to keep picking up at speed wherever i put the lever and winds up dumping out of the breather and giving me a 70mph shower ,i dont know the make but its a square tube in a tube that dumps supposedly out of the pick up(no seperate dump pipe) ,any ideas as to why this keeps filling, it is mounted approx 1" above the bottom of the transom?.Thanks Nick .ps how fast can these dump when working properly ?.
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Old 11-02-2009, 02:41 PM   #32
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Pick-up

Post a picture of the fittment.
Sounds like the water is running off the bottom of the hull and up into the pick-up.

The combined pick-up and dumps are genrally not as fast to empty as the conventional valve mounted in the Vee of the transom.
This is due to the size of the pipe mounted of the back of the combined pick-up and dump.
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Old 11-02-2009, 03:24 PM   #33
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I have posted this before, my pick up picks up and seems to keep picking up at speed wherever i put the lever and winds up dumping out of the breather and giving me a 70mph shower ,i dont know the make but its a square tube in a tube that dumps supposedly out of the pick up(no seperate dump pipe) ,any ideas as to why this keeps filling, it is mounted approx 1" above the bottom of the transom?.Thanks Nick .ps how fast can these dump when working properly ?.
Is the bottom of the transom rounded off or a sharp corner - the more rounded an edge is the more the water tends to creep round although it would have to be pretty bad to get that much water up there I think.
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Old 13-02-2009, 11:11 AM   #35
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Is the bottom of the transom rounded off or a sharp corner - the more rounded an edge is the more the water tends to creep round although it would have to be pretty bad to get that much water up there I think.
I will have a look at that to check,cant do till next week as the boat is in Cowes at the moment.Thanks Nick
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