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Old 05-06-2019, 03:10   #16
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Re: Follow The Hoses!

Originally Posted by GILow View Post
Maybe this was the same sort of thing after all then?

I feel like it would be vulnerable to back pressure, but then my exhaust has a huge lift to manage, the top of the final goosneck is nearly 1.3 meters above the waterline.
I think the key is to not have a low spot in the line so no water can collect. A loop would likely end its anti-siphon properties.
I changed the setup a few years ago and, typically lol, canít remember the finer details!
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