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Old 05 November 2012, 14:32   #11
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PTFE tape is probably the easiest to re-apply. Cheap as chips, easy to use just wrap it in the direction of the threads (so it doesn't unwind as you screw it in) and it doesn't go off or leak in your toolbox.....

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Old 07 November 2012, 02:34   #12
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You may be able to find a simple expandable rubber transom drain hole plug if you wish to remove frequently. It has a metal tab on the end that when pushed the wall of the plug expands sealing the opening. Though I'm not sure if it would work on a pipe-threaded port.

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