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    Quote Originally Posted by glasgowgolfer View Post
    Thanks David,
    I ended up getting a 12v reversible pump from these guys .
    Cheers
    Dave
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    Did they also supply you with the special relief valve that goes with the pump. I can’t remember the name of it without research but it goes in line with the pipes.
    Anyway, tried and tested pump that works very well ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Dave
    Did they also supply you with the special relief valve that goes with the pump. I canít remember the name of it without research but it goes in line with the pipes.
    Anyway, tried and tested pump that works very well ��
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Dave
    Did they also supply you with the special relief valve that goes with the pump. I canít remember the name of it without research but it goes in line with the pipes.
    Anyway, tried and tested pump that works very well ��
    I had one of these fitted to my Nova its not a relief valve you need its a restricter valve that's probably not the right name but basically the weight of the roof pushes the oil back into the pump to quick and you get a jerky motion going down.

    Dirk

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    Yes I had forgotten about that, you need a unidirectional flow control valve. Mick got some with the original pump purchases. Then some folk found other alternatives. I need to see if I can dig out my old emails on what I purchased

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    Although my pump system is not as described above, I also needed a restrictor valve to stop my roof clattering down too fast. I got mine from a local company and can contact them again for prices if interested?

    The valve is adjustable which means you can vary the restriction and therefore the rate of closing20201104_074053_resized.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill View Post
    Although my pump system is not as described above, I also needed a restrictor valve to stop my roof clattering down too fast. I got mine from a local company and can contact them again for prices if interested?

    The valve is adjustable which means you can vary the restriction and therefore the rate of closing20201104_074053_resized.jpg
    Bushboy is on the case ....he has been speaking to them and has done the biz.....good price too ;o)

    cheers

    Dave

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