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mutley racers

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Hi all. I hope you are all well.

I am hopefully doing my last bathroom of the year as I am totally peed off with em. Well, I still have my 2 at home to do but that will hopefully be fun!

I am installing a pump above a cylinder from a non stop flange. What's the best way to do the loop coming out of it and how to do the dip tube?

Can you buy this dip tube as I cannot find it.

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Don’t need to fit a dip tube if it’s from the pump port / src port


Just do a double bend with the benders eg u

Neg head pump ?
 
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Don’t need to fit a dip tube if it’s from the pump port / src port


Just do a double bend with the benders eg u

Neg head pump ?
Hi Shaun, sorry not sure what you mean pump port/SRC?


Yep, stuart Turner negative head
 

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Like this, minimum of 250mm. Not knowing which pump your fitting but salamander ask for them like this and I'd presume the other manufactures would too.

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