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Old 02 September 2013, 16:41   #1
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valve for hull searider

broke the valve off back of my searider cant seem to find a replacement one on net any suggestions where to buy from

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Old 02 September 2013, 18:08   #2
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Can't see to well from your photo is this what you are after?
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If so would not a elephant trunk be a better solution?
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thanks for that having looked at it it is fitted on the rear end adapted for the flooded hull
not the right application I guess as its for above deck application

do I need to fit a sock ? to the outlet of the 4m searider

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If this is for the hole at the bottom on the trasom to let out water from the flooding hull it should be open and be about 3" diameter. Also two small holes at the bow should be open to let air in and out. Or you can block all 3 off if you want it to remain dry!
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