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T-H Marine Thru-Hull Fittings

   

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3/4"

Straight

  • $4.99

  • SKU: 501445

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1-1/8"

Straight

  • $6.99

  • SKU: 501448

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1-1/2"

Straight

  • $8.99

  • SKU: 501454

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3/4"

90 Degree

  • $5.99

  • SKU: 501455

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1-1/8"

90 Degree

  • $8.99

  • SKU: 501456

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Made of the highest quality virgin material, all materials are UV stable to provide long-term good looks and trouble-free hose connections. Maximum hull thickness for straight fittings is 1.25".

  • UV-stable
  • For trouble-free hose connections


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3/4" hose inner diameter
1-3/4" flange diameter
1-1/16" installation hole diameter
B
1-1/8" hose inner diameter
2" flange diameter
1-3/8" installation hole diameter
C
1-1/2" hose inner diameter
2-7/8" flange diameter
1-7/8"-2" installation hole diameter

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worked great This product worked great had to fabricate some vinyl washers because the hole in my boat was 1/8" of an inch bigger and I knew that before I purchased it . I have it installed in the boat and looks better than the original ones in the boat it supplies water to our live well in back of boat. Very pleased . October 4, 2011
Updating bilge system on my boat Addng a second bilge pump, and fittings to my Lund fishing boat, as a backup when going out in the great lakes in michigan, and larger lakes inland. I didn't feel that one, was enough for my safety. Easy installation, and an excellent product. April 14, 2011
Scared!? Scared to drill a hole in your boat hull, below the waterline even?! You should be. However,this lets you do the job easily and not have to worry once completed. Just drill the recommended size hole, insert it, caulk it inside and out, tighten it down, attach the hose inside the boat to the accessory and FORGET IT! October 24, 2010
Very Good Purchase This product was just the product that I needed at just the right time. I purchased a larger bilige pump for my boat which required a larger tru-hull and this was exacutely what I needed. Thank You Rainer June 5, 2010
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Flange diameter: 1 1/2"
Total Overall Length: 2 1/2"
Total threaded portion: 1"
Hose I.D.: 3/4"
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The hull has a 1-inch hole and I do not want to redrill it.
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Maximum hull thickness for straight fittings is 1.25". You would need to redrill.

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3/4" hose inner diameter
1-3/4" flange diameter
1-1/16" installation hole diameter

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1-1/8" hose inner diameter
2" flange diameter
1-3/8" installation hole diameter

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1-1/2" hose inner diameter
2-7/8" flange diameter
1-7/8"-2" installation hole diameter
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Try to contact T-H Marine or search online.
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Thats where i'm using mine it fedds my live well
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That's what its made for.
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I must be missing something here,...just remove the drainplug once the boat is out of the water to drain it. If the boat is still in the water and you can reach the drain plug, pull it out and run the boat forward and the boat will drain, then replace the plug.
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No, it needs to be seperate from the drain plug.
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