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Subject: seamaster 23 sailer, cockpit drains


Author:
Alan Mustarde
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Date Posted: 22:42:01 05/04/2006 Wed

I'm looking for a bit of advice here. The cockpit drains on my SM23S look to be a complete botch up by the previous owner, the fore and aft scupper's have x 3/4" outlets on to which is attached a short length of 3/4" hose which is then jubilee'd into a 1" hose which attaches to a plastic 1" 'T' piece with a short piece of 1" hose coming from the tail of the 'T' to a 3/4" seacock (with a 3/4" to 1" hosetail). In total the whole arrangement uses 16 jubilee clips and looks very messy, I can make a new arrangement from pipe fittings and hosetails available from ASAP supplies using ATD tonval brass or just new 3/4" hose onto a new plastic 3/4" 'T' piece.
Can anyone tell me how it should be done correctly and should the drains cross over from port to starboard and vice versa? As this is not the case here.
Many thanks for your answers.
Alan.

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Re: seamaster 23 sailer, cockpit drainsPete Wolsey10:44:24 20/04/2006 Thu


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