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Old 03-09-2017, 01:19 PM   #1
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Default Fuel/Black water/pot H2O deck fittings

I was wondering if all of the screw in 'plugs' are standard sized and interchangeable (aside from their labeling), or am I going to have to find ones unique for a year/model of boat?

I know I'll probably drop one or more over the drink during the next few years and want to have replacements on hand.

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Pretty sure they are all standard Perko 2" fittings.
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Your fuel and fresh water caps should have chains to prevent dropping them. The waist cap can not have one so that is the one that gets dropped. I bought a spare plastic one that floats in case it's needed.
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Thanks Kevlar7r and Phillbo - I'll check the chains next time I'm at the boat and pick up a couple of spares just in case (plastic ones make sense for the quick fix).
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They should be standardized. Not tied to make/model of boat.
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