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WEST MARINEScrew-In ASA Plastic Deck Plates, Non-Skid Diamond Cross-Cut Pattern

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Screw-In ASA Plastic Deck Plates, Non-Skid Diamond Cross-Cut Pattern

A rubber O-ring on these ASA plastic deck plates creates a watertight seal for safety. Screw-in style has a single-start, non-jamming (no cross-threading), extra-strong, self-cleaning buttress thread. Use only 100% silicone caulk.

  • Material: ASA UV-resistant Plastic
  • Fasteners: #8 pan head screw or thru-bolts (sold separately).
  • Warranty: One year
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Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
Nonskid Diamond Screw-In Deck Plate, 4" Plate Diameter, 6-1/8" Flange Diameter, 4-1/2" Cutout, White 11743077 C13109WM
In stock online.

$12.99

Nonskid Diamond Screw-In Deck Plate, 6" Plate Diameter, 8-1/8" Flange Diameter, 6-1/2" Cutout, White 11743085 C13111WM
In stock online.

$19.99

Product Description

A rubber O-ring on these ASA plastic deck plates creates a watertight seal for safety. Screw-in style has a single-start, non-jamming (no cross-threading), extra-strong, self-cleaning buttress thread. Use only 100% silicone caulk.

  • Material: ASA UV-resistant Plastic
  • Fasteners: #8 pan head screw or thru-bolts (sold separately).
  • Warranty: One year

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Leaky plates

By Chuck

from Arizona

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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      Comments about Screw In ASA Plastic Deck Plates, Non Skid Diamond Cross Cut Pattern:

      Replaced the aged deck plates on my multihull with with West Marine Screw in Deck plates. The old ones had several rows of fine threads to screw the plate in. The new West Marine plates have two rows of thick threads. They are difficult to get off and leak, alot. I think the finer threads did a much better job of keeping water out.

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