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T-H Marine Drain Plug

   

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This Drain Plug is ideal for boat transoms, fish wells, bait tanks, water tanks, coolers, ice chests or almost any application where a positive sealing drain plug is required. Constructed of black nylon and featuring an ''O'' ring for positive sealing, this Drain Plug's fine threads maintain a tight seal under high vibration conditions. This self retaining drain plug mounts in a 1'' diameter hole with 2 number 8 countersunk stainless steel screws (not included). The back side of mounting flange is designed with a groove to hold sealant for positive waterproof mounting. Mounting flange is approximately 1-1/2'' x 2''.

  • Designed for any application where a positive sealing drain plug is required
  • Black nylon construction
  • Positive sealing O-ring
  • Vibration resistant
T-H Marine Drain Plug 3.8 5 13 13
not as pictured Bought as a spare for the plug in my boat ('09 nitro 189) cuz the pic looks just like it. Well, the one I received is not the one in the picture and the threads aren't the same as the original on my boat either. So, the receiver part has to be mounted in order to use it, no big deal, couple screws and some silicone. Thankfully this IS the same size (same hole dia) as the one in my boat. Otherwise it seems to be a decent plug...it is plastic...buy two. August 13, 2011
not as pictured I was trying to find a spare transom plug for my 2000 Team 165 Tracker and the one pictured in the on line catalog is exactly like my plug. However the one I received is not a match. The one I got has a rigid 2 piece retainer and the threads are a twist lock type whereas mine are a standard screw in thread, so back to the drawing board. If you are buying it to install completely as opposed to a spare it would work fine. May 4, 2010
Very poor design. I bought this to replace an older model, which had solid threads, like pipe. This new model has little "fingers" which catch the threads, and installing the plug straight is very difficult, plus it isn't compatible with my existing drain fitting made by same manufacturer. On 3 out of 5 trips with this drain plug, it leaked. I would gladly go back to my old style plug if I could find a backup plug which fit. May 25, 2010
Good Product This is a perfect replacement for the OEM Javelin Bass Boats' main drain plug. Just remove the original fitting (different threads) and replace into the same screw holes with the this fitting. Don't forget to silicon caulk around the edges. March 17, 2010
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I don't think you will get a positive answer. I bought this as a spare for my 09 nitro 189 because it looks the same too. It isn't the same as pictured and the threads are different! The receiver is the same size so it should be simple to swap them out...but for just a spare plug, my guess is it won't work.
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I have a Nitro boat and this plug is one that stays attached to the boat.The treads are closer together on my pld plug,but you are installing a whole new plug so it doesn't matter about the threading.
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Not sure. My old plug had threads, similiar to a 1/2" pipe plug, except this is plastic. This is on a 2005 Crestliner. Read my review on this plug.
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