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    need idea's on how to get the right water flow for high banker idea's on the BGT?

    well I'm tired of waiting looking for guys who have experimented in making high banker unit out of there BGT looking for answers on what size bildge pump for top and bottom found one on youtube I like the looks of but doesn't explain what his pump sizes were though also I'd trying to do this on a 30" sniper and still try to maintain capture of fine gold
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    you only need one pump. look at the bgt video on their site, you'll see. Basically you need to leave room for the water that doesnt go down the trap to come up and over the slick plate. (Right angle will pressurize the trap properly.)
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    vaquero44 Brandon Moore

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    ok I'm trying to picture this, so there's no water running from lower back part down to the pvc pipes? just on top running through the grizzly and through the trap that way and when angled correctly this will pressurize ? you have to forgive me about fluidation I'm still learning
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    No, it fills the bottom and tubes first the overflow/backpressure comes out and over the top deck.I don't think a bilge is enough
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    what type of pump would one recommend for something like this
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