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Old 19 September 2015, 18:33   #1
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Is this what I need for Wing tubes?

http://www.nrs.com/product/14821/c7-...-valve-adapter

I just bought the same electric pump as Jason, but don't want to hold the hose while inflating my tubes.
I don't know what kind of intake valves I have.
Are they C7 Leafield?
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how about a picture of your valves? Or maybe tom will come along and say what you have.

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Old 19 September 2015, 19:30   #3
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Ok. Boat is in a storage faciliy right now. It was supposed to be moved to the marina this weekend, but I'm wicked sick right now.
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Eeeww, I opened your PM....
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6 red valves and 1 yellow valve.... The yellow valve is a slightly smaller diameter than the reds. I always had to hold the pump to that one (starboard, aft)
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Are they C7 Leafield?
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No, Halkey-Roberts.

http://www.nrs.com/product/1470/new-...-roberts-valve

(remember, one yellow, 6 reds)
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So this would be the right fill adapter?

New Short H-R Fill Adapter at nrs.com

What and why the different colors?
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So this would be the right fill adapter?

New Short H-R Fill Adapter at nrs.com

What and why the different colors?
I assume that adapter will either cover 6 of 7 or only 1 of 7.

I don't know if yellow or red is "old" or "new". All I know is the lone yellow one is slightly smaller than the 6 red ones (in diameter). Those tubes came from the Navy like that.
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ok, I will probably buy a couple of each then.
I'll call NRS tomorrow.
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