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    Does anyone have a pic of how and where their hydraulic diverter pump is mounted? Just bought one and it doesnt really have mounting hardware I wish to use. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.O.T View Post
    Does anyone have a pic of how and where their hydraulic diverter pump is mounted? Just bought one and it doesnt really have mounting hardware I wish to use. Thanks
    Mine is under the jump seat in the back. There's a pic. on the thread I attached. I also got one of the billet brackets shown on there and replaced the cheap POS that comes with the pump since that pic. was taken. The guy sells the brackets on E-bay.

    http://www.performanceboats.com//sho...light=diverter

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    I have one of these.
    Check post #7. on this link
    click here
    Takin it home

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    I have one of these.
    Check post #7. on this link
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    Mine was simply bolted to the transom before i got it. I have not touched it and it seems to be holding just fine. If i ever remove it ill be gettting something either exactly like or very similar to this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    I have one of these.
    Check post #7. on this link
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    I used one of these as well. I modified mine a bit though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    I have one of these.
    Check post #7. on this link
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    Just bought one and they are top notch.

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    W.O.T, hook up a relay if you don't have one already. This will save your pump and you might get bit faster response with the Hydraulic. Banderlog has a nice one. You can get away with a Bosch 5 tab. but you will need to carry spares. if they get soaking wet they fail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    W.O.T, hook up a relay if you don't have one already. This will save your pump and you might get bit faster response with the Hydraulic. Banderlog has a nice one. You can get away with a Bosch 5 tab. but you will need to carry spares. if they get soaking wet they fail.

    Nice ride.
    X2 on the Banderlog relay, almost makes the trim too fast for lake use, but a racers dream for the quickness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    W.O.T, hook up a relay if you don't have one already. This will save your pump and you might get bit faster response with the Hydraulic. Banderlog has a nice one. You can get away with a Bosch 5 tab. but you will need to carry spares. if they get soaking wet they fail.

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    Thanks guys that bracket looks good and i will look into that relay. Thans the first time ive heard of it.

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