The latest products at BRS

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  1. randyBRS

    randyBRS Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsors

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    I want!
     
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    randyBRS Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsors

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    Which product?
     
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    Only one?

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    Interesting. If you view from a desktop are you seeing that?
     
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    bobbravo2 Well-Known Member

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    Looks like it only happens inside of Tapatalk

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    Thank you very much for that. I will make some changes for the next round. I think I know what is doing it :)
     
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    Want to try those Rossmont pumps for my 650!
     
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    Ok, thank you again. It should be working now.
     
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    They are pretty dang cool! We are actually working on a video for them right now :)
     
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    It's definietly a hidden gem when it comes to water movement. People will be impressed with the quality when they receive the product.
     
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    Cool, are you running them?
     
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    luke33 Well-Known Member R2R Supporter

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    Any more info? They look very small with pretty nice wide output, which imo is perfect for tanks. To many fire hose pumps out there. And the price is very competitive.
     
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    Also do you have to have the controller to run the pumps or can you just plug them in and let them go full blast.
     
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    Agreed!

    That's the best part. You can purchase the pumps without the controller and begin using them right away - by simply plugging them into the wall. Then, if you decide you want to add controllable features later you just buy the Waver controller and plug in the pumps and you're done.
     
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