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Thread: Polaris 360 & Return Jet

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    Polaris 360 & Return Jet

    My polaris is powered by one of my return jets. In order to get the optimal pressure to run the polaris, I have to put in an eyeball fitting with a very small opening in the other return jet. Do you think it would be OK if I left that particular eyeball fitting in my jet permanently? It's somewhat of a pain to continually switch it out with the regular fitting.


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    May 2007
    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Polaris 360 & Return Jet

    Yes, it is alright to leave the smaller eyeball in. It does reduce the overall efficiency of your plumbing system, but the difference should be relatively small.
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