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    Default Place Diverter Bulkhead Question

    I just purchased a new hydraulic Place diverter from Tom a few weeks ago and I'm in the process of installing everything. What I was hoping to get from someone on here that has one of these bulkhead fittings is the center to center measurement for both fittings on the plate like in the picture. Gonna be building (time permitting) my own bulkhead setup and would like to get this spacing right off the bat (but just in case I don't have time to make my own would like to have the holes pretty much the same layout as one of these fitting so I can buy it and install it without any problems)!

    The one I want to replicate is the one in this link: Bulkhead Plate Dash 4 Double Line - Dana Marine Products

    Gonna run my plastic tubing through smaller holes in the boat for the time being with the option of drilling them bigger for one of those plate setups when I buy my stainless lines! Thank you in advance, can't wait to get this set up installed and on the river soon!
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    This is the kit I used. Little different. I went through the transome plate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdream'n View Post
    This is the kit I used. Little different. I went through the transome plate.
    Full Braided Line Kit - CP Performance
    Thanks for the response! I've seen that kit as well but want to make a plate to mount them through, I have the aluminum already and have a connection that can get me the stainless stuff I need to make the rest! By the way, how far apart did you install the fittings from each other?

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    I drilled my transom adapter for #4 Aeroquip hydraulic bulkhead fittings spaced 1" on center. They need to be carefully located to clear letters and step out on transom adapter."
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    Used 18" and 20" Russell braided #4 motorcycle brake lines on the outside.
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    Same lines on inside long enough to reach pump. Had to notch transom to clear lines on the inside.
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    About 2"
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    Awesome guys, thanks for the pics and descriptions! Not sure how I'm gonna run my stuff yet, but I love the ideas! Would love to go through the transom adapter but not liking the limited space to get to the fittings on the inside......but I'll keep thinking!

    Keep the ideas and measurements coming guys, would love to hear them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivieraracing View Post
    Awesome guys, thanks for the pics and descriptions! Not sure how I'm gonna run my stuff yet, but I love the ideas! Would love to go through the transom adapter but not liking the limited space to get to the fittings on the inside......but I'll keep thinking!

    Keep the ideas and measurements coming guys, would love to hear them!
    It is tight. I put fittings in and lines on when I had the transom adapter off the boat. You could use a crow's foot on an extension to tighten them.
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