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Old 03 August 2012, 12:01   #1
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Can anyone tell me what material this is made from ? and I'm after a couple of the rubber one way valves/flaps for the transom drain holes?

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Old 03 August 2012, 13:08   #2
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And I think this is the transom fitting?
http://rib-shop.com/product.asp?numR...hFor=&PT_ID=29
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And I think this is the transom fitting?
http://rib-shop.com/product.asp?numR...hFor=&PT_ID=29

Thanks I'll sort an order out, as I need some cleaner too

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Old 03 August 2012, 15:01   #5
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Ron Hale Marine Ltd - Zodiac Delrin Valve Diaphragm
http://www.ronhalemarine.co.uk/super..._and_Diaphragm
http://www.ronhalemarine.co.uk/super...lf_Bailer_Bung
I bought something similar here in the USA. I had to slightly drill out the center holes that the post goes thru, as they were too small.

Those scuppers are crap, as I have the same thing on my boat. It fills the boat all the way to the floor board in an hour. Have to put the regular plugs in most of the time, and if the boat takes on a lot of water, then pull the plugs and run at a good clip, before casually putting the plugs back in.

This week I plan to remove one completely and run my bilge pump outlet thru it. Mine lives on a trailer though, and can't fit inside a vehicle.
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Boats using flap diaphragams should rremain with valve cap on at all times once floating, just remove cap when on plane to exit water and plug back as soon you're done.
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