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  1. #1
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    Default question for new fat sacs

    hey guys, just got my 750 fat sacs in and just wanted to make sure i hook these up right. I took the stock 400's out which have a fill and an empty. The 750's have 3 holes. I'm guessing fill, drain, vent? I want to hook these up to my pump system. Do the quick connects unscrew out of the old 400's and into the 750's and if so do they go drain bottom, fill top, and plug the hole on the top middle of the bag? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddos2525 View Post
    hey guys, just got my 750 fat sacs in and just wanted to make sure i hook these up right. I took the stock 400's out which have a fill and an empty. The 750's have 3 holes. I'm guessing fill, drain, vent? I want to hook these up to my pump system. Do the quick connects unscrew out of the old 400's and into the 750's and if so do they go drain bottom, fill top, and plug the hole on the top middle of the bag? Thanks
    The quick connect fittings on your factory bags should screw right into the new bags.

    My 750's are setup with the bottom hole, towards the rear of the boat, to the drain pump. The top front hole is my fill hose. Both of these are quick connects. I use the quick-unscrew cap to burp air from the bag, and have it on the top rear hole.

    My 750 bags have holes at both ends on top, but no hole in the middle anywhere.

    Hope this helps.

    Aaron

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    yeah i just checked they are at each end of the top

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    I'd recommend ordering new quick disconnects.. 2 reasons!
    1 Old ones are Glued in and a pain to get out
    2. That way you can switch back and forth between if you want!

    IF you want to remove them, let me know and I'll explain as Fly High told me how to do it..
    Brad

    Mississippi/Louisiana
    2011 Launch 21V
    2006 Moomba Mobius LSV sold
    2004 Outback sold

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    yeah i'll try it how di they tell u to do it

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    see spencer's reply to your post on Wakeworld. He tells ya pretty well..

    but it's worth the money to get new fittings to me.. I've done both..
    Brad

    Mississippi/Louisiana
    2011 Launch 21V
    2006 Moomba Mobius LSV sold
    2004 Outback sold

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    Most of our customers go the new fitting route, and the ones that didn't wish they did.

    We're going to put a post up on our blog with pictures of the process for removing cemented in fittings though, as this question comes up often enough. Stay tuned for more info.
    WakeMAKERS | WakePROPS | WakeSOUNDS | EasyBoatCare

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    Why do they wish they had gone with the new ones, did they have problems? My fittings came out of my old bags easily and into the new ones fine. I just haven't used them yet.

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    A lot of people have problems getting their existing fittings out, even after we clue them in on how to do it (usually they're trying to unthread them, which is nearly impossible).
    WakeMAKERS | WakePROPS | WakeSOUNDS | EasyBoatCare

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    what is the proper way to remove the old fittings?

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