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Old 10 October 2008, 03:41   #1
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Replacement Valve

Hi I have a Novamarine RH580, i am looking for a replacement valve to fit inside a 32mm housing on the tube. This of course is not a standard size does anyone have any ideas where I could order one of these. The additional problem is that i, and the boat are located in Croatia.

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Old 28 October 2008, 13:58   #2
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do you have a picture of the genuine valve ?
I have a lot of different valves, possibly one should fit.
I am thinking to a Bravo one, the internal screw should be slim enough to enter this hole size
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Old 29 October 2008, 08:26   #3
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Below is a diagram of the bravo valve, if this is the type you need let us know and we will get a price on postage for you.
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Old 03 November 2008, 06:48   #4
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the problem with the above valve is :
if the screw inside the pontoon is broken, you cannot replace it because its size doesn't allow to pass it through the 32mm hole.
But are you sure of 32 ...?
None of those I have are so small, most are 36 to 42mm.

I have old design Bravo valves with a screw slim enough to pass

Possibly the screw in the design could be machined with a lathe to allow it to pass, but you should cut the pontoon fabric to the valve size, the larger the hole size, the easier the internal screw will pass through
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