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    Question Filtering Header Water line debris....

    Running the rivers here in Alabama at times and especially after spring storms there is small particles of debris in the water. I am constantly having to clear this debris from either my T ball valve or the debris passes through the ball valve and collects in the connection area where the individual lines come together to the delivery hose.

    I plan on developing some type of "strainer pipe" to filter and catch the debris ahead of the T ball valve to avoid this constant maintenance issue. Are any of you jet junkies having this same issue and have you figured out and developed a way to do this and if so, what are you using?

    I appreciate any suggestions....

    BTW....Today, Sunny and 90 degrees here in Bama and first day out for the season...... it was GREAT!
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    Thanks Wolfie!
    I had forgotten about sea strainers..... I believe that is the ticket



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    I have tried a few different ways to filter the water and the best one that I have found is to use one of those glass fuel filters. You can see if it is getting filled up and just take it apart and clean it and reassemble it. When we used to go to Clear Lake Ca. you had to do something
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    Default strainer

    not just a sea strainer u need a sand strainer hardin marine

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