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Old 09-11-2009, 02:31 PM   #1
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Default Marine Perko Deck Plate Keys

After shopping for the keys online I found out that it was going to be cheaper to buy a dozen rather than than two or three. Now that I have them, I'm going to keep 6 but anyone is welcome to one of the remaining six if they need it. The size is 1 1/8" center to center of the lugs.

If you need one, PM me and I'll put it in the mail. :mrgreen:
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Old 09-14-2009, 02:50 PM   #2
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Default Re: Marine Perko Deck Plate Keys

Thanks for the offer of the Perko keys. We bought a few back in Spring so don't need any, but made an interesting discovery early in the Summer. Our Perko keys are all on our boat ignition keys, so to use them we always have to shut the engine and remove ignition key (fine for fueling but often we'll leave the engine running for water filling and poop tank emptying).

A much better solution we found, for real, is we noticed our rather large Spatan beer bottle opener always easily accessible around the cockpit table, which just so happened to be an easier and perfect fit for all the screw caps lol.
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