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    Anyone have a source for a 1" bronze Tee with barbed fittings?
    Developed a leak Saturday on my maiden voyage on this one, thankfulth I had TowBoatUS. Also and sources for a raw water pump.

    Pat
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    Last edited by Striper Sniper; 05-13-2019, 03:17 PM.

  • #2
    https://www.completeplumbingsource.c...ast-bronze-tee
    i ordered all new stuff through them when i replaced my plastic fittings.

    Amazon had them as well...google "1 inch bronze tee"

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    • #3
      Thanks for the leed.

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      • #4
        Careful buying plumbing fittings for your boat. I always get my fittings from a marine supply and always try and find Buck Algonquin parts. There are different types of bronze and brass. I think.
        1988 26' cuddy
        1975 20' open
        31 Grand Slam
        16' Sandpiper
        14' Certified Fiberglass

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        • tcf25
          tcf25 commented
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          We will see how thet hold up...it has to be better than the plastic ones that were all deformed on mine.

        • Striper Sniper
          Striper Sniper commented
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          Mine platic one was all deformed too.

      • #5
        I found a stainless steel one that I'm picking up tomorrow .. only15 bucks.

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        • #6
          Okay let me ask you this... you see the size of the hole in the fitting, it was peeing out water pretty good, would that and that alone cause over heating. It seems to me that the cooling water would of already passed through the risers by then. I have a fresh water cooling system.

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          • #7
            Yes. ..... Maybe. Some back pressure allows for more heat transfer. But in your case I'm not sure. You have a half system if I'm not mistaken. That tee is between the risers after most of the system. It shouldn't have that much effect. Sorry for half an answer to your question.
            Atlantic City, NJ
            1982 Cuddy, Rebuilt 351 .060 rings, Edelbrock carb

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            • #8
              Isn't she pretty. Only 16 bucks too.
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              • #9
                Where? I would like a replacement because I'm not fond of plastic
                Atlantic City, NJ
                1982 Cuddy, Rebuilt 351 .060 rings, Edelbrock carb

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                • #10
                  Duh! Read the invoice dummy. I have a Weinstien nearby so cool.
                  Atlantic City, NJ
                  1982 Cuddy, Rebuilt 351 .060 rings, Edelbrock carb

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                  • #11
                    Man what a pain in the ass this stinking little job is. Now I need to replace the riser seals and replace the 1' hoses. :-( ugh. There's just no Room to work.

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                    • #12
                      After searching for bronze for a while, I settled on stainless for my 1" tee. After a year of pumping hot salt water, it looked new.

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