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Old 06 October 2012, 03:18   #1
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pressure relief valve

I am thinking of fitting a pressure relief valve. What is available and what is recommended for a SR4 , pop off pressure etc. how are they fitted. Easy? Hard ? What is the best pressure to keep the tubes at 2.5? Where is the better place to fit them on the tube? G
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Leafield A6, the white dot version. List of all availables valves is here
http://www.leafieldmarine.co.uk/Docs...A6%20Valve.pdf
Fitting involves cutting a hole in the tubes and glueing a hypalon circular patch onto the tubes.
They can be positioned wherever you want on the tubes, conventionally they are ususally fitted horizontally in line with the inflation tubes on the rear chambers 10-12" away. The one in the bow directly opposite the inflation valve
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A6 PR Valves, Doubler patches and ToobBond Hypalon 2-part adhesive....done
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