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Old 24 October 2008, 08:19   #11
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I'd say get the kit to replace the bits :

http://www.polymarine.com/products/p...and-diaphragm-[1960].cfm

and once you have this it gets pretty obvious what/ how you can change. if once you have it its not clear post again or PM me/ someone who can guide you through it.

Bascially you unscrew the body of the valve (hence the big 'nut' appearance on the face of the valve) make sure you dont drop it inside the tubees (otherwise you send ages getting them back to the whole - use the string, unclip the old spring etc & do the reverse to refit .
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Old 24 October 2008, 09:19   #12
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It is pretty easy just follow these instructions.

http://www.rib-shop.com/prodtype.asp...ageHistory=cat
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Old 24 October 2008, 10:34   #13
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Better explanation from RIBShop guys & after you have done the valves ( having purchased the bits from them ) get some RIB revive as its ace stuff & will make tubes look a lot better ! Used it on mine last week ( main boat & SIB ) for an end of year clean up & its great stuff !
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Old 24 October 2008, 10:52   #14
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in most cases the valves just need a bit of care ,cleaning up and lubricating rather than total replacement ,.on most boats they are the least part of the boat to get any care and maintanence whatsoever ,
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