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RONSTAN
Transom Drain with Plug

$11.95

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Model # 149393 | Mfg # RF737

Product Description

This chrome-plated drain uses a nylon plug with a rubber gasket. Mounts in a 1" hole, and uses #10 FH fasteners (not included).

Specs

Transom Drain with Plug

Material Chrome
Size 1 Inch
Type Drain Plugs

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Ronstan Transom Drain with Plug
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

installed on boat, will see how they work out.

By snoopy

from westbrook ct

Verified Buyer

Comments about Ronstan Transom Drain with Plug:

people at west marine were very helpful.

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  • No

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

very good!

By moke

from carleton mi

Verified Buyer

Comments about Ronstan Transom Drain with Plug:

Perfect and completely water proof

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Works perfect!

By TLukeB

from Tulsa, OK

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • no tube required

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    Best Uses

      Comments about Ronstan Transom Drain with Plug:

      I installed this plug in the transom of a day sailer with a small cabin. I was able to install in under 5 minutes, and for me particular application did not need and the plug did not require a tube to be installed. It did not come with screws but without the company knowing where you are putting it it would just be a guess as to the length and type of screw you needed so I'm glad I didn't have to pay for unneeded screws.

      Install: drilled plug hole, predrilled screw holes, sealed fiberglass hole and flange with 5200 sealant, and screwed it in. Done.

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