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    Re: skater style water pick ups?

    thats the same way i did the water pickup for my intercooler on my 32 skater. it works perfect all the time seeya

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    Re: skater style water pick ups?

    I have this type of water intake on my Fountain along with the duct or scoop in the bottom. It is secured in the bildge in such a way that I cannot adjust it very easily and looks as though it has been in its current location for some time. I have had this boat for 1 summer and have trouble with pressure being low.

    The tube does not protrude. The end of the tube is actually up in the intake hole of the scoop. Does anyone have a clear pic of thiers and had experience setting them up? I can't believe that the way it has been has worked for others and not me.
    Thanks for any input.
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    Re: skater style water pick ups?

    ken,the tube should be able to slide down a bit to increase pressure. if you can post a pic, the board should be able to help you!

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