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Old 07 March 2008, 11:47   #21
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Contact IBS Boat International www.ibs-boats.com

They are Quicksilver Distributors and you will find all the correct pumps, adaptors etc for your boat on this site
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Old 09 March 2008, 05:48   #22
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thank you graham,

i had a look through the products on this site but was unable to locate a manometer, i also had a look at the dealers and they were only for the UK and Europe,

after speaking to some of the aussie dealer here in regards to pumps for SIB i now realize that i need to speak to people who specialize in RIB-SIB.

thank you all for the many time saving comments and directions for a newbie.

my main priority is to find a manometer that will suit the quicksilver values.
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Old 09 March 2008, 08:16   #23
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after speaking to some of the aussie dealer here in regards to pumps for SIB i now realize that i need to speak to people who specialize in RIB-SIB.

thank you all for the many time saving comments and directions for a newbie.

my main priority is to find a manometer that will suit the quicksilver values.
You're STILL worrying too much!!

I've been using SIB's for 30 years, never used a manometer, never had a problem.

Just pump it up until it feels hard to the touch, get out there and maybe give it a top up when on the water

PS. You ARE speaking to "people who specialize in RIB-SIB" - that's what this forum is all about
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The Quicksilver Double Action Stirrup Pump comes with a pressure gauge. You only really need it if you have an Airdeck - like Andyboy says, just pump up the tubes until they feel hard.

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