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Old 11-02-2012, 08:41 AM
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If you were crafty you could plump in the the Tsunami pumps...it's the flow control which would take a little effort and design to make it clean and serviceable. Or multiple Tsunami pumps in-out. Pumps are cheap and replacement cartridges are cheap. Probably spend more on Wire, hoses, switches.

Regarding the jet pump...that would be fun if you had north of $4K to spend on that project... that's alot of gas money...
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