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Scupper Boat Drain Self Bailing Check Ball Valve Seachoice 18271 on 2040-parts.com

US $16.95
Location:

Merritt Island, Florida, United States

Merritt Island, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Seachoice Model #:18271 Manufacturer Part Number:18271 Website:www.seachoice.com UPC:719249182711

BRAND NEW IN PACKAGE SCUPPER VALVE, CLEAR

Seachoice #18271. 

For self bailing decks.  Reduces the chance of boat sinking by allowing water out, but not back in.  Automatically seals and drains self bailing decks.  Made of poly carbonate material.  Solid polyethylene ball and PVC seal mounts on transom above water line.

Dimensions:

Clear

2-7/8" outside diameter

1-5/8" hole centers square

Uses four #8 mounting screws

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