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Old 01-19-2010, 12:24 PM   #1
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Best position for water pump and lines

What is the best position for my water pump on my 65 Ambie.(no water pump and lines cutoff when purchased)The tank resides behind the front couch.) I assume the line goes from front tank down SS then connects to HW heater,then two lines red and blue go around rear connecting cold to toilet then both to sink and bath ,and both on to the front sink.
Would you use fittings or an angle bracket to make the turns at the rear?
Does this sound correct?
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What is the best position for my water pump on my 65 Ambie.(no water pump and lines cutoff when purchased)The tank resides behind the front couch.) I assume the line goes from front tank down SS then connects to HW heater,then two lines red and blue go around rear connecting cold to toilet then both to sink and bath ,and both on to the front sink.
Would you use fittings or an angle bracket to make the turns at the rear?
Does this sound correct?
Here is a schematic for a 67. It may help.
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