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    Default Bullet Lines Ballast Bag/Pump?

    Anyone use these? On sale for cheap!!!!

    Bullet Lines 550 lb Ballast Bag w/ Cover $59.99
    http://www.bulletlines.com/550-ballast-bag-p/223.htm

    Bullet Lines 350 lb Ballast Bag w/ Cover $59.99
    http://www.bulletlines.com/350-ballast-bag-p/224.htm

    Bullet Lines Fat Sac Pump $59.99
    http://www.bulletlines.com/universal...c-pump-p/5.htm


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    Waterbed fittings on ballast sacs are SOOOOO 2000's. The reason they are so cheap is because these are a retired sac design from 10 years ago. After a few times out, you will hate those fittings. Go with quality ballast sacs and pumps from a reputable outfit like Fly High.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLA View Post
    Waterbed fittings on ballast sacs are SOOOOO 2000's. The reason they are so cheap is because these are a retired sac design from 10 years ago. After a few times out, you will hate those fittings. Go with quality ballast sacs and pumps from a reputable outfit like Fly High.
    Thanks mike. That's why I asked


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    From the perspective of adding cheap ballast, this is actually a good cheap option as long as you get their bags and their pump with their fittings. You wouldn't be able to use them as a universal bag as these fittings suck in comparison to fly high or eight.3, but if you want a bag or two extra to try to see if the added weight improves the wave?
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    You wouldn't be able to use them as a universal bag
    The Fly High W735 fitting will allow the use of the Fly High W709 Pump Kit for filling/draining of those old waterbed fittings. I think you could put a W732 on the pump inlet and W738 on that pump in the link and fill a fly high sac. Just an FYI.

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