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Old 01-26-2013, 03:33 PM   #1
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Picked this up at lowes and is working great to pump the water from the water pan. Attachment 74944


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Old 01-26-2013, 03:37 PM   #2
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Nice. I've been thinking about something similar. How much did that cost?
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Old 01-26-2013, 03:40 PM   #3
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Nice. I've been thinking about something similar. How much did that cost?
The price was $12.99 and I found it where the gas tanks and trimmers are.


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How's it going to handle the grease?
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How's it going to handle the grease?
Attachment 74945

The hose and the intake is about 1/2 inch it's working good now I won't no about the long run with it until I get more cooks in. For 12 bucks I said what the hell I will try it 👍


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If it works for a dozen cooks its worth it
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Harbour Freight tools I think I paid $6 or so I used them to make a high volume pig injector worked great for a while then the seals go. I would let the water cool for a bit before pumping and then run some warm water through to clean it out should last for awhile.
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I have the ball siphon pump from Harbor Freight, almost a one hand operation, but still kinda of pain.
http://www.harborfreight.com/fluid-s...ump-93290.html
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Yup I am afraid this pump is going to be a bust. I did learn that you can just about time the water level. If done right there will be little water left.


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Yup I am afraid this pump is going to be a bust. I did learn that you can just about time the water level. If done right there will be little water left.


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That's the way I do it. I am also going to tack weld handles to each side of the pan on the lip. I will have to make sure they won't interfere with the lower rack.
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That's the way I do it. I am also going to tack weld handles to each side of the pan on the lip. I will have to make sure they won't interfere with the lower rack.
That's a great idea. 👍


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I was just about to post about the handles on the water pans. I was thinking putting the handles on the inside of the water pan (at the top). I do agree that it all about timing though.
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You're getting to scientific again.
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