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  1. #11
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    This video shows a great example of the duckbill check valve in a vented loop. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZLTz4O2xLk

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    Thanks

    It's an 06 supra 24 V sunsport I'm a member over on the supra forum but they don't have near the same amount of information.

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    No problem - always happy to help, and YES we have a very active forum on the Moomba side with a lot of great how-to information and lively discussion.

    I went through a full blown ballast install myself last spring and used some of the tips from this thread as well as advice from many other members on here as well. The post of my how-to on that project as well as ballast upgrade projects done by others has mostly likely has landed in the archive by now.

    You may try combing through there for some ideas if you aren't seeing anything in the active forum threads.
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    Supra members that frequent the Moomba forum are required to first mail berg $50 and/or a 12 pk of a local craft brewed beer.

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    Dammit Drew you're going to scare another one away! That'll be the 22nd one this month alone.



    Here's a starting point for the archives - http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/archive/index.php
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    I've been around these forums to long to be scared off that easy.

    I think I'm just going to added two more 800 attwoods to fill the rear 800's I just bought
    And leave the other pump and sprinkler valve to fill the 1100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfeman131 View Post
    Supra members that frequent the Moomba forum are required to first mail berg $50 and/or a 12 pk of a local craft brewed beer.

    Welcome to the ghetto!
    glad I got on here before berg and wolf got that rule enacted
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    Yes, i almost forgot. Will that be cash, check or microbrew?
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    Im not quite sure how the OP made the vented loop.. he said he used a check valve in the top, but I'm confused as to what the vented loop looks like or how he made it.
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    I gave up trying to figure out how to make one. They average about $45 ea for 1". However I lucked out on ebay and picked up 3 of them for $45 total. Keep looking - they're out there.

    Something to consider - 3/4" is much smaller/easier to work with and cheaper to buy.
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