Fill for FREE!

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Fill for FREE!

Postby poollinershq » Wed 24 Jul, 2013 23:20

I really don't think this is a good idea... I'm curious though... Since this is a post of 2009, are you still using this method to fill your pool nowadays? Or did you run into trouble doing so?


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Postby funtimeinthepool » Thu 29 May, 2014 11:36

thanks love this idea :D :D :D :D :D

? how many yrs have u been filling your pool like this

Re: Fill for FREE!

Postby Twolve » Sun 12 Jun, 2016 15:31

Or you drive a pipe down to the water table and connect a pump to have all the free water that you want. Cost about 30 bucks
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Re: Fill for FREE!

Postby MargaretCanipe » Wed 21 Jun, 2017 07:47

I liked the idea.
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Re: Fill for FREE

Postby Denniswiseman » Mon 17 Dec, 2018 12:25

apertIdeato differential has two fill plugs, one in the normal place in the back and one on the front side of the differential??? Does anyone know what year or model this differential might be? Which fill plug should I use? I’m sure the rearend is not from a 1961 Sprite. It also has a small vent valve or something at the top of the casing.

I looked on page 41 of the latest Auguat 2015 MO Motors Catalog. My differential housing is the type “C” late Sprite and Midget thru 1500cc. I would guess, the actual differentials for all years will fit in either housing “C” or “D”. Any opinions on my reasoning?


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