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Rule® Non-Automatic Bilge Pumps

   

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3/4"Outlet

360 GPH

  • $27.99

  • SKU: 268701

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3/4"Outlet

500 GPH

  • $35.99

  • SKU: 268702

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1-1/8" Outlet

1100 GPH

  • $57.99

  • SKU: 713092

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  • Vibration-free
  • Fully submersible  
  • Anti-airlock protection
  • Stainless steel shafts
Tough, silent, vibration-free sealed pumps are fully submersible, with anti-airlock protection and stainless steel shafts. Won't burn out on dry runs.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by replacement pump I had to replace my old bilge pump as it was 10 years old and had a lot of fishing line wrapped around the impeller on the inside of the pump. My old Rule performed so well I bought a new one just like it. I had some seal problems with my jet pump and used my bilge an extraordinary amount of time and it never missed a lick. August 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT PRODUCT I purchased the 1500 and have used Rule for 40 years. My last one was still going strong after 10 years of heavy use in an offshore boat. I like the float switch better than the ones with built in switch for off and on. In heavy seas or rain the pump does the job with the excess water in the bottom of your boat. I use it in freshwater as well as saltwater August 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A quality pump I am using this pump on a 6 wheel ATV to pump any water which seeps into the lower body. It works great. Delivery was on schedule and priced right February 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by perfect replacement this pump was used to replace the pump in the livewell of my bass buggy. it was a different model than the original but fit the place where it is mounted perfectly and pumps as well as the one it replaced. July 9, 2010
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Fuse installation

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I bought this yesterday to use for pumping water in & out of my 20 gallon portable bait tank. I didn't realize until I got home that it requires a 2.5 amp fuse and clips for the bare wires. Where do I install the fuse. I'm not real mechanically inclined.
3 years, 3 months ago
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the fuse goes in the hot or positive wire feeding the pump
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On the "positive (+) side. Use a waterproof in line fuse if down below near the pump or install near the switch. Whatever is easiest for you.
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View instructions or contact Rule for assistance by calling 978-281-0440.
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Does this pump have some kind of mounting bracket?
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this pump is a bilge and really shouldn't be used as a live well pump
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It has two screw holes in the bottom. The pump works great on my boat!
3 years, 6 months ago
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This pump would not be a good choice in that application. This pump is through hull only. I recommend a bilge pump for a pontoon.
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Portable?

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I need a portble pump for rain water in a 17' boat. I had a fishing partner years ago that had something that looked like this. The wires had alligator clips and he just attached it to the trolling motor battery to "vacuum out" the water and bail the boat.

Can I use this one this way?
4 years, 2 months ago
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this pump is an actual pump and will work for 'pumping' out your water very well.
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YES but I would attach it to the battery with a on and off switch. Rain water is one thing but if you ever got in to high seas or had a wake from another boat fill your boat half up the last thing you want to do is try to hook up alligator clips in a bouncing boat. Rule is a very dependable pump.
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yes you can,
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This particular pump does no have a float switch but Rule make other models that do
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N, only non-automatic pumps are manually swiched on.
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no,non-automatic pumps need to be manually swiched on
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 - upstate n.y.
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No. I wanted manual switching operation.
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 - Lake Tulloch, California
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No, you need to put it on a switch.
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