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Lost Drain Plug #12702221
04/04/18 03:05 AM
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Bought a used kayak from a coworker, but he lost the drain plug. Would any plug fit, i.e. one off of amazon? Or should I replace the entire drain plug unit?

Thanks for the help!

Re: Lost Drain Plug [Re: Pockets] #12702303
04/04/18 04:26 AM
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Lots of ways to get by until you get the real thing, especially if drain is on top of stern deck. Jam a big wad ball of electrical or duct tape into it, or even bubble gum. smile If its just plugs for scupper holes you can usually find a universal plug that will work.

Last edited by lconn4; 04/04/18 04:32 AM.

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