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Old 05-19-2010, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default Manual Bilge pump stick

Hello I have a maxum 1900 boat and I can not find the stick that fits to manual bilge pump. Does anyone know where it might be or how does it look like?

I will appreciate any pics!
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Old 05-19-2010, 08:27 PM   #2
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Forgot to mention that it is sport seating layout
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Old 05-19-2010, 11:18 PM   #3
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I'm not sure your year, so it may be different, but on my 1996 1900 SR2, there isn't a manual option, only electric. My manual option would likely consist of a plastic cup.
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when you bought the boat new it's in the bag with the instructions, if not....the stick lives somewere in your boat or still in the shead of the old owner.........
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Thanks!
Can you send me a pic in order to identify it when I see it?
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Thanks!
Can you send me a pic in order to identify it when I see it?

oke.....at your service

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http://www.gulfstreamshop.com/Images/Models/120/694.jpg (little boat..........little photo......haha......could'nt find a bigger one on the internet)

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I'm not sure your year, so it may be different, but on my 1996 1900 SR2, there isn't a manual option, only electric. My manual option would likely consist of a plastic cup.

make sure that the color of the cup fit's with the color of your boat......(haha)
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Old 05-20-2010, 01:01 PM   #8
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I would think any length of pipe of the correct diameter would work fine. Stainless steel would be ideal, but even a wooden dowl of the proper diameter would work. Bicycle grips are cheap. If you toss in an electric bilge pump, then this becomes an emergency secondary anyway. (Just a thought).
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oke.....at your service

click the link

http://www.gulfstreamshop.com/Images/Models/120/694.jpg (little boat..........little photo......haha......could'nt find a bigger one on the internet)

hasta la basta.......eduardo
Welcome Eduardo. Where did "greatz, Ed" go? Chuckle....
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