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    NEW 45 degree DMP Ultra H2O Drive Showers for applications with integrated swim platforms. This shower was primarily designed to provide additional hose clearance for boats where a typical drive shower would cause interference.

    All DMP Ultra H20 Drive Showers are designed for both Bravo Flat and Late Model Finned upper caps. Our pickup design has been rigorously tested on a variety of applications to insure that our water pickup and mounting location provide more water pressure and water volume compared to other pickup designs.

    DMP, the first to use a -10 full flow line compared to traditional -8 lines. We use a teflon lined -10 hose for maximum water flow. Our pickup lines have been manufactured for a perfect fit and the best cosmetic appearance.





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    I had my boat serviced at Absolute a couple of weeks ago and had Aaron throw one of these on my outdrive. Looks pretty cool. Hope it's worth the extra $$.

    I would have had him throw on a pair of the supersized Dana hydraulic lifts.........but you guys are still working on it.
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    Well don't put your check book away quite yet. Two new PH models made their first appearance at the LA Boat Show and there's two more to follow. I don't know your application, so I don't know which one you'll need. But they're all going to be completed pretty quick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana Marine Products View Post
    Well don't put your check book away quite yet. Two new PH models made their first appearance at the LA Boat Show and there's two more to follow. I don't know your application, so I don't know which one you'll need. But they're all going to be completed pretty quick.
    29' Magic Wizard. My hatch is heavier than shiet. My current Bennett Hydraulic lifters suck donkey balls (too damn slow).

    What is "pretty quick"?
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    Hey Dan, make sure the power wire is getting good voltage to the actuator or they will be sloooooow. If the voltage is low you can run a temp larger wire from the battery to the actuators and see if it helps. If it does a quick fix would be to run a relay and some short lengths of larger gauge wire back to the batteries.

    I know you would rather pull weeds but this wont take long!! I might know someone that could check it out for you in a couple weeks.
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    Don't bother checking the wiring to that Bennett pump. It's slow, and there's just nothing you can do to speed it up. It's a hydraulic pump system, not linear motors.

    Is your boat a twin or a single?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana Marine Products View Post
    Don't bother checking the wiring to that Bennett pump. It's slow, and there's just nothing you can do to speed it up. It's a hydraulic pump system, not linear motors.

    Is your boat a twin or a single?
    I guess I misread that as elect actuators. Dan Has a single 496HO in that bad boy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOBALOO View Post
    Dan Has a single 496HO in that bad boy.
    Thanks Bobby. That will be 55mph all day long!

    Dana - I've been holding off changing the lifters to electric ones for the past couple of seasons in hope that large Dana hydraulic ones would be out. I access my hatch quite often since there is ample storage there. Currently it's a pain in the ass.
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    Single engine, heavy hatch, there's two options.

    Option one is Monster Power Hinges. Basically the same as traditional Power Hinges except much stronger.

    Option two is Power Hinge 4 which are transom mounted units (one on each side of engine). PH4 is a new design that still utilizes external hatch hinges. PH4 is basically a lifting system.

    PH3 made it's first appearance at LA Boat show in Cobra's new 32 Razor and a new Eliminator 28 Daytona. PH4 would be similar to PH3, only two of them compared to one in the middle. Here's a pic,





    Both Monster Power Hinges and PH4 will be available within the next 120 days.
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    Thanks. I take it the PH3 is for a twin engine application and the PH4 for a single?
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    Exactly, the new PH4 will be for singles, on hinge assembly on each side of the engine. The Monster Power Hinges will be side mounted so they'll work on twins and singles.
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    Cool deal. Thanks for the info. Let me know if you need a guinea pig.
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