Rated 1 out of
Brendan Meyer from
LeaksI bought this drain last night and was testing its seal this morning. it leaks fairly badly. I installed it in the bottom of a 5 gallon bucket with 5min epoxy and 3 bolts. I tightened the plug as tight as I could with some pliers and it still leaks a few drops every second. Which adds up after a few hours on the water. And I plan on over-nighting on my boat so I would have been up half the night pumping out the bilge if I hadn't checked the seal
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Features and Benefits. Used as a reminder to
check your plug and serves as a temporary replacement. Reinforced nylon for durability. Small and lightweight. Fits all 1/2 NPT drains. Safety orange for high visibility. Stainless-steel ring securely attaches to your ...
Features and Benefits. Maximum hull thickness of 1-1/4";
1-1/4" flange diameter. Accommodates 7534A (5/8") bailer plug. Designed for installation above the water line. Durable thermoplastic polypropylene prevents electrolysis. 3/4" interior diameter; 1-1/8" installation hole size. Important ...
Features and Benefits. Neoprene plug with brass snap
and plate. Clockwise turn easily tightens plug. Cam-action lever flips down to lock. Not for use with chemicals or fuels. For 7/16" inner diameter through hull. Ideal stopper for livewell or baitwell ...