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Old 12-17-2011, 09:32 PM
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HP,

I got the Hudson sprayer with Viton seals. been using it for years no issues and compared to the comercial "marine" ones you can see the fluid level in it.
I also use a air line quick dissconnect so I can thread in the adapter then connect the hose and valve..

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Old 12-18-2011, 08:50 AM
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Check out Stevens Instrument Company Model 33 Gearcase Filler. Nice product at a reasonable price. The fittings are made to screw right into the gearcase with a valve and quick couple fitting. Thet are Made in USA and distributed from the comapny out of Waukegan Illinois.
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Check out Stevens Instrument Company Model 33 Gearcase Filler. Nice product at a reasonable price. The fittings are made to screw right into the gearcase with a valve and quick couple fitting. Thet are Made in USA and distributed from the comapny out of Waukegan Illinois.
Go to stevensinstrument.com to find them. They are listed under gearcase fillers.
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Old 12-18-2011, 09:00 AM
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slap the word "marine" on the side of that and market it for $64.99.
Thats way too cheap, would have to be atleast $150-$175.00 at West Marine, lol.
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Old 12-18-2011, 09:04 AM
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I installed the valve stem on my self-winterization 5 gallon antifreeze jug. I pressurize the jug before I start the motor and the air pressure force feeds the SWP with AF so there are no priming issues. It works great! I posted pictures of this setup some time back. Keep the compressor running while you winterize the motor on the final few moments and it keeps the AF flowing the entire time.
Great minds think alike. I was doing this over 10 years ago. Especially helpful on Jet Ski winterization. You only need about 20 psi of air pressure. I also made an adapter to screw into the master cylinder on the boat trailer, and bleed the brakes on the trailer in the same fashion, I use about 40 psi on this. Works great.

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Old 12-18-2011, 05:23 PM
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A man can't have too many tools...

http://www.stevensinstrument.com/gearcase.htm
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