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dailygrinders

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Plumbing Questions for new truck build. Fri, 04/6/12 1:05 PM (permalink)
So I just got my sink, water tanks and 4 gal bosch artisan heater in. I guess what im trying to figure out is how most of you have your water pumps hooked up, to what type of power source? Most i have found are 12v. My setup is wired for 110v and the only 12v i have is the truck battery itself. I dont really want to run my water pump off of the truck battery, any other suggestions? How could i set this up?
 
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    chefbuba

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    Re:Plumbing Questions for new truck build. Fri, 04/6/12 1:40 PM (permalink)
    Buy a 110 pump.
     
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      Dr of BBQ

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      Re:Plumbing Questions for new truck build. Fri, 04/6/12 3:20 PM (permalink)
      Go to ShurFlow Pumps web site and look in their industrial section. They have a great 110 volt pump that can run dry, is self priming and is only around $100.00 . It is by far the best pump I have ever dealt with.
      jack
       
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        dailygrinders

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        Re:Plumbing Questions for new truck build. Fri, 04/6/12 8:37 PM (permalink)
        Cool thanks guys, i wish i had thought ahead and ran an extra 110 line from my breaker box. Pretty easy fix i guess.
         
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          Dr of BBQ

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          Re:Plumbing Questions for new truck build. Fri, 04/6/12 9:00 PM (permalink)
          $99.99

          This SHURflo Industrial on-demand positive displacement, 3 chamber diaphragm pump has a permanent magnet, thermally protected 115V AC motor. Self-priming up to 9 ft. vertical. Max. 50 PSI; max. 30 PSI inlet pressure. U.S.A.
          Features + Benefits
          • Auto shutoff pressure switch Can run dry without damage
          • Handles liquids up to 170°F

          product_200249074_200249074
           
          http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/
           
          And if you decide you have to go 12 volt here is the pump to buy from ShurFlow on Ebay
           
          http://www.ebay.com/itm/2...ksid=p3984.m1438.l2649
          <message edited by Dr of BBQ on Fri, 04/6/12 9:01 PM>
           
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