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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

1500 GPH

  • $114.99

  • SKU: 268704

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1-1/8" Outlet

1100 GPH

  • $57.99

  • SKU: 713092

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Rule® Non-Automatic Bilge Pumps are tough, silent, vibration-free sealed pumps are fully submersible, with anti-airlock protection and stainless steel shafts. Won't burn out on dry runs.

  • Vibration-free
  • Fully submersible  
  • Anti-airlock protection
  • Stainless steel shafts
Rule® Non-Automatic Bilge Pumps 3.9 5 7 7
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
Amazing Compact Pump Easy to install! Haven't tried it yet, but it's very quiet. I purchased a switch with a LED in it when it's on. It'll help because you'ld never hear it over the motor. June 23, 2010
time-saver I have a 14' flat bottom boat at our private 9 acre lake that we use with a trolling motor to fish with. I needed a quick way to get rain water out. This pump removed the water quickly. I had to add a little extra wire to reach the battery but this was an easy fix. March 22, 2010
Rule 1500 Bilge Pump Good, solid product - My 1500 gph is 4 years old and still going strong! February 22, 2009
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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.
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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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It has two screw holes in the bottom. The pump works great on my boat!
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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?
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yes you can,
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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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No. I wanted manual switching operation.
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No, you need to put it on a switch.
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