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Old 04-14-2005, 02:16 PM
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try Ram Hydraulics. they are in Bayville wich I think is real close to you the # is (732)237-0904
Just got back form there (before reading your post). He did not have exact match to what I had, so of course I had to buy 2 new male/female setups. Richie at Ram Hydraulics hooked me up for $36 ea. total = $72! But it's a done deal anyway.

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cool glad they could take care of you onw way or another
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Just got back form there (before reading your post). He did not have exact match to what I had, so of course I had to buy 2 new male/female setups. Richie at Ram Hydraulics hooked me up for $36 ea. total = $72! But it's a done deal anyway.

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Old 04-15-2005, 01:51 AM
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F'in A Strip I was asking the same thing! When he handed me the one, I told him I needed 2 (well at least 2 male ends/one ea. side), he grabbed another and smiled.

I asked what's this gonna set me back? Reply: "Oh, they're $36 ea." So I reached into my pocket and pulled out all cash I had, 3 x $20, he grabbed it and said "good enough".

I left wondering if I should of pulled out $40 or $20?? Oh well ... like I said done deal, another fleecing of the boating folk. If I had been a hydraulic guy it probably woulda cost around $4.95 ea. LOL
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F'in A Strip I was asking the same thing! When he handed me the one, I told him I needed 2 (well at least 2 male ends/one ea. side), he grabbed another and smiled.

I asked what's this gonna set me back? Reply: "Oh, they're $36 ea." So I reached into my pocket and pulled out all cash I had, 3 x $20, he grabbed it and said "good enough".

I left wondering if I should of pulled out $40 or $20?? Oh well ... like I said done deal, another fleecing of the boating folk. If I had been a hydraulic guy it probably woulda cost around $4.95 ea. LOL

yea I think he gave ya the male ends allright
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yea I think he gave ya the male ends allright
Yup, and no grease with those 'fittings' either!!
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Yup, and no grease with those 'fittings' either!!
What no lube ? Now thats just rude



Njgr8ful what kind of pump you going to use?
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What no lube ? Now thats just rude



Njgr8ful what kind of pump you going to use?
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I'm using this one from West Marine with some mods ... of course And I payed $139 +tax not price posted of that web page. I'll take some pics in the next day or 2 and post what got after the mods and the reemings

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