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    Default 12 Volt operated air valves

    I use these for operating the air bucket and could be used for the Pop off valve.

    Here is the part number for the version that has screw type connections so you can use your own wires. They sell another version that comes with a two wires on either side of the valve for pos and neg but the wire is really small. I like the version that is the screw termial type or other wise know as a DIN connector.

    MME-41PEE-D012

    12 volt, 1/8" NPT ports. Powered both ways.

    About $50 a piece, they charge a handling charge on each order so I usually order a few to offset the cost of handling


    Part# MME-41PEE-D012



    Here is a pic I found off the internet. Although the part number is incorrect on the picture. The Part number I provided above is correct.

    Here is a pic of the one with the wire attached. If you want to go that route.



    Again the part number is incorrect on the picture. For this version with wires the part number is Part# MME-41PEE-W012
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    Again guys were asking for these all the time. Order directly from Clippard.com
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    Big Thanks to Kjell I set my valve and bucket up just like he told me and it works perfect everytime
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    You can get them from Festo or SMC

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    Is this just for the pop off or are you using it for the fwd/rev bucket together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    Is this just for the pop off or are you using it for the fwd/rev bucket together?
    I use one for each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    I use one for each.
    The one I use for the fwd/rev only has one side with the electrical, what's the difference? I have a few of them that I bought for back ups in the old boat, but now with the new boat and a pop off trying to figure out which way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    The one I use for the fwd/rev only has one side with the electrical, what's the difference? I have a few of them that I bought for back ups in the old boat, but now with the new boat and a pop off trying to figure out which way to go.
    You'll need the versions I listed above. The one with the one side electrical will only work for the fwd reverse bucket and not the pop off
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    Futs I rigged mine just like Kjell told me to and it worked perfect all season
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    The 2 sol valve has to close one when the other opens.

    The only other option is go full pneumatic no electrical.
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