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    Did a search, did not really find any clear visual pictures of ideas to make a pump brace. I'm thinking of making one after Memorial trip out, would like to get ideas. Post what ya got. Thanks.

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    Duane at HI-Techperformance can set you up with a pump brace

    Here are some pics of braces

    http://www.hi-techperformance.com/CustomBoats.htm

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    I got my inside the boat pump brace from Duane. Try a search for " let's see your pump brace" there are some good ones there.
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    There was a good thread on here a year ago. it had a few different ways to go. I posted some of Duane's stuff up.

    Some good ideas that popped up in that thread. I ended up making my own up out of some 1/4" aluminum. Turned out OK.
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    Awe Here it is
    H2oMoFo Remember this ???

    http://www.performanceboats.com//sho...ght=pump+brace
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    I ordered one from Duane.
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    You probably don't need one in the Miller Nandi but the extra insurance can never hurt.
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    Not the trickest but heres ho I did mine (Before anodizing)

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    pump brace.
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    If the suction housing were to seperate from the hull enough to leak what is the proper way to fix the leak? Have the suction housing reset into the hull? Just curious because I noticed my daytona does not have any bracing and I had water in the bilge area under the motor when I took it out last.

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    Really more for a tunnel type hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76Miller View Post
    Really more for a tunnel type hull.
    Okay so are you saying that even though my pump is set back with a ride plate and snoot, that this issue shouldn't apply to my boat? Sorry for the questions just new to the game is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzy View Post
    If the suction housing were to seperate from the hull enough to leak what is the proper way to fix the leak? Have the suction housing reset into the hull? Just curious because I noticed my daytona does not have any bracing and I had water in the bilge area under the motor when I took it out last.
    How big of a leak are we talkin here?

    1st off your suction housing won't separate from the hull as its bolted to your intake and the intake is connected to the hull. If that is the issue, take care of that immediately!
    Your reason for a leak could be a number of reasons. Next time out, look into the bildge and try to see where its coming from. Check you intake bolts, suction gasket and transom plate 1st. Lack of a pump brace is likely to not be the reason for a leak.
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