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Old 03-05-2018, 11:14 PM   #1
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Default Plastic Drain Scuppers plugs

Hi Guys,
Wondering if anyone knows where I can get the white plastic drain plug scuppers on the hull. Mine have cracked and split. Has anyone replaced there’s and how difficult is it?

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It would help to know what boat model you have. West Marine, Defender, Greatlakesskipper all sell them.
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The boat is a 2700SCR 2001
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2001 Maxum SCR2700
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West Marine or Defender. Nylon is what was stock and they deteriorate and become brittle after extended exposure to UV. Marelon do not. SS is pretty, but can rust. Bronze will turn green, but won't rust or corrode.

The make and model of the boat are irrelevant. The only thing that matters is whether the OD of the barb fits the hose and hole and the flange covers the hole properly.

Use 3m 4000. It is UV resistant and made for deck and hull hardware.
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West Marine or Defender. Nylon is what was stock and they deteriorate and become brittle after extended exposure to UV. Marelon do not. SS is pretty, but can rust. Bronze will turn green, but won't rust or corrode.

The make and model of the boat are irrelevant. The only thing that matters is whether the OD of the barb fits the hose and hole and the flange covers the hole properly.

Use 3m 4000. It is UV resistant and made for deck and hull hardware.
I agree with shrew
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