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    Re: Project LM 365

    All I have to say is that My pump is quieter than all of yours. I never hear it running. he he he.



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    Re: Project LM 365

    That silencing hose kit is from Sure Flo


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    Re: Project LM 365

    Quote Originally Posted by danemayer View Post
    I wonder if you took the overflow fitting and ran pex to the rear cap and up the ladder a bit, or perhaps had a travel extension that raised the overflow a few feet.
    I too have been thinking about relocating where my freshwater tank vent lines terminate. Right now, they penetrate the frame behind the rear tires. Trouble for me is that I now consume tank water for 100% of my needs and I don't want dirt, bugs, road grime etc. getting up into those vents. Thinking of some sort of enclosure to the vent weeps into, then water weeps out of the enclosure. This removes the direct contact between the vent opening and airborne road dirt, dust, grime etc. For bugs - thinking about wrapping a piece of fiberglass screen material over the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbeletti View Post
    I too have been thinking about relocating where my freshwater tank vent lines terminate. Right now, they penetrate the frame behind the rear tires. Trouble for me is that I now consume tank water for 100% of my needs and I don't want dirt, bugs, road grime etc. getting up into those vents. Thinking of some sort of enclosure to the vent weeps into, then water weeps out of the enclosure. This removes the direct contact between the vent opening and airborne road dirt, dust, grime etc. For bugs - thinking about wrapping a piece of fiberglass screen material over the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbeletti View Post
    I too have been thinking about relocating where my freshwater tank vent lines terminate. Right now, they penetrate the frame behind the rear tires. Trouble for me is that I now consume tank water for 100% of my needs and I don't want dirt, bugs, road grime etc. getting up into those vents. Thinking of some sort of enclosure to the vent weeps into, then water weeps out of the enclosure. This removes the direct contact between the vent opening and airborne road dirt, dust, grime etc. For bugs - thinking about wrapping a piece of fiberglass screen material over the end.

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    Jim I was thinking the very same thing last night. I was thinking of some sort of a very dense foam so it would keep most of the water from escaping and would still let air in and out. Or maybe a floating ball check valve that when water is present the ball closes but drops back down when there in no water slushing to let the air in and out. This is for traveling only you would need another side vent for filling your tank so you would know when it's full.

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    My freshwater tank vents terminate in the UDC, at the top, with zero dips, all downhill to the tanks.

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    My tanks had two vents on each tank.
    The two chrome parts at the top center are marine fuel tank vents with screens (5/8" fitting)
    The PVC elbow below the cable line is a common vent between the two tanks to help with self leveling. The elbow is also screened. The original; tank fill is tied into this vent also.
    Vents here stay clean, and allow me the hear when the tank is getting close to full. And when the water starts coming out of the elbow the tanks are full
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesstalkn View Post
    Jim I was thinking the very same thing last night. I was thinking of some sort of a very dense foam so it would keep most of the water from escaping and would still let air in and out. Or maybe a floating ball check valve that when water is present the ball closes but drops back down when there in no water slushing to let the air in and out. This is for traveling only you would need another side vent for filling your tank so you would know when it's full.
    Jerrod - initially, I bought some duckbill valves that open up to allow water to weep out. After I got them, I realized (like an idiot) that like a check valve - they're really only one-way valves. As such, they will not work for us when we try to suction water from the tank as we have no other atmospheric vent. Now, if we ran a 1.5" vent line up through the roof - then we'd be able to use check valves on the vent lines.

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    Re: Project LM 365

    Can you guys use a check valve in reverse like a flapper valve or a ball valve when it gets a rush of water it should close but still let air in and should let air out with a ball valve.



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    Re: Project LM 365

    Exactly Dave something like my horrible drawing
    The Floating ball will close the valve if water is present but let air flow freely


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    Re: Project LM 365

    yes I think you should try that

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    Woo hoo I hit the 1000 mark and the 1001 mark

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    You would need to have the valve oriented in the up position to keep that ball in pace and when water rushes out it will force the ball closed. That is my theory.

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