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    Where do most of you mount the reservoir/ pump for the hyd. diverter? I have lots of room on the left side of the transom, fuel water separator is on the right.
    Not so much room on stringers with fuel pump and 4 point mount.
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    mine's bolted right to the transom, on the driver's side, just above the floorboard..but i have a ton of room back there. Besides that, the transom on my boat is about 1' thick haha. Made it easy to hide the wire loom behind the side panels too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahiti Boss21 View Post
    mine's bolted right to the transom, on the driver's side, just above the floorboard..but i have a ton of room back there. Besides that, the transom on my boat is about 1' thick haha. Made it easy to hide the wire loom behind the side panels too.
    Thats where I am leaning towards.
    Where do your hard lines go through?
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    Well i have a JE pump, so they run through above the water line, but below the swim step . I have a full width swim step so you can't see them at all. I just used the black plastic lines because of this, and they've been fine for about 5 years so far. I actually took the boat to Place Diverter, and he did the install himself. (yes i got lazy)
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    There are a couple of good threads on this subject, you might want to try a search on it.

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    I have mine glued to the tunnel in my daytona under the transom. I ran the lines through the same spot that my manual cable went. With my rail kit there was no way to mount it to the stringer. Had to get creative not much room to work with. Its out of sight works great and if I need to move it its not permanent.
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