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Drain holes #13444885 02/19/20 10:14 PM
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The bow mounted drain plugs are unsatisfactory. I drilled min out to 7/8" and installed real drain plugs.

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Re: Drain holes [Re: Brew] #13447294 02/22/20 01:25 AM
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Agree, on all the custom aluminum boats I build plus my Xpress X19 bass rig I cut out and weld in a 2” ID piece of pipe and use an Oatey 2” test plug for mine. Bowfishing boats get 2 of the 2” plugs for easy wash out. Just don’t forget to put those in, they’ll let in a bunch of water REAL quick...


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