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Old 17 May 2013, 13:02   #11
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Thanks loco - ill give the stuff a look.....
Tim,
I note that you have/had a 2.8 Harbout Inflatable - so have I as of today. Do you know where I can get a replacement hose connector to fit the inflating valves please? My one has one of the plastic lugs broken off and I want to replace it. Can I use a commercial look-alike, which doesn't have the odd extruding piece of plastic at the end of the connector?
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Is your hose connector a bayonet screw type of just a non screwable push type ?

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Old 20 May 2013, 12:58   #13
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hose connector

thanks for the reply. It is a bayonet fitting and has/had two small tabs on the leading edge of the fitting [hard to describe]. One of the bayonet 'hooks' has broken off.
I am keen to get a replacement before the other breaks leaving me unable to secure the hose in the hole [although I assume I could hold it in whilst someone else pumps]
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Have you had a look on fleabay to try to identify the fitting ?
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Pilotsan, you need a Bravo bayonet fitting, check someone that sells Bravo pump products, probably could get it as spare or buy complete hose & bayonet kit. Which color is the central plastic pin of your air valve, yellow, black, grey ?

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hose fitting

Thank you Locozodiac.
I attach - I hope - 3 photos of the fitting. They show the one remaining complete bayonet lug [together with its rather odd tab on the leading edge], and the other side it has broken off.

Colour is grey throughout.
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Is this your valve type ?
-If being complete grey color, what's the middle small screw color black, silver ?
-The central pin is yellow color ?
-Which model pump are you using, hand or foot ?

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