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Rule 2000 GPH Bilge Pumps
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Rule 2000 GPH Bilge Pumps
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Rule 2000 GPH Bilge Pumps Customer Questions and Answers

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What is the max dia. and port size?

Asked on 06/24/2015 by Undisclosed

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The outside diam is 1.1 inches with a slight barb on the end. Unfortunately, I modified the outlet to attach standard pvc fittings so that is about all I can tell you.

Answered on 06/24/2015 by PAT JOHN
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I am not sure, I believe, the hose was 3/4 ID

Answered on 06/24/2015 by Charles Berger

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My rule is 1 inch outlet. That can be stepped up or down with regular plumbing steps available from home depot without changing flow appreciably. Mine went in my commercial salmon drift boat on Bristol Bay (alaska) . Paid for itself 2 weeks after install when we were washed over while fishing in 20 foot seas. A really serious pump.

Answered on 06/24/2015 by RICHARD LARSON
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water head capacity ?

Asked on 08/06/2014 by Undisclosed

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MAX is 21 ft. just note the higher the head height the lower the volume being pumped. At 9 ft volume is 1000 gph at 3 ft volume is about 1,750 gph.

Answered on 08/15/2014 by Rick White
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What is the amperage draw with this pump, and what is the head rating?

Asked on 07/01/2013 by Tom Fink

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At this time we do not have a customer to answer your question. If you need assistance please contact customer service at 800-423-0030.

Answered on 07/05/2013 by Kevin V
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amp draw ?

Asked on 02/09/2013 by Undisclosed

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12V UNIT AT DREW AT 12V IS 8.4 AMP AND AT 13.6 IS 12 AMPS

Answered on 02/18/2013 by matt taylor
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Do I need an activation switch or is this automatic? What water level is needed to activate this pump?

Asked on 07/13/2012 by DOUGLAS JONES

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Rule makes the 2000 both ways with or without a built in switch. Rul10 is the model without an automatic switch, Rul35s is the same pump with a built in switch. I have no experience with the automatic version as I use the Rul10 and a bilge switch made by "Aqualarm" that never chokes on debris and has a high water alarm circuit too. I rig the alarm circuit to a buzzer I can hear from the cockpit. The alarm bell is too much noise. A rule 2000 will leave about an inch of water in the bilge. Factor this in when setting up your bilge switch or the pump will run all the time and flatten batteries.

Answered on 07/19/2012 by JONATHAN BRIENZA
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