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    Where do you need these? I was under the impression you need them on vent lines but saw you don't in a post. In the process of upgrading my 06 LSV G1.


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    You can put them on the vent lines of bags only, not tanks. Make sure they are mounted so that they can allow air/water out to the drains on the side of the boat, and not the other way around, otherwise the bags won't ever fill.


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    Ah, didn't realize it was a tank set up on the other boat, makes sense. Backwards valve would not help for sure! Thanks for the reply.


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    Check valves can be a benefit in some parts of the system and are necessary in other parts of some systems. Depends on system design, pump type used and height of the sac.

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