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Buck Algonquin Seacock
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Bronze Seacock
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Buck Algonquin Seacock Customer Questions and Answers

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Is handle in upward position to open seacock?

Asked on 05/17/2016 by Undisclosed

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Yes, up is open

Answered on 05/18/2016 by JOHN BILODEAU
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Yes. But as with most of these Seacocks - the handle can be removed and reattached with a different orientation should the need arise.

Answered on 05/17/2016 by STEVE SWANSON

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Yes. It couldn't face down because the hull would be in the way.

Answered on 05/17/2016 by CASE BOATWORKS
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Is the top thread straight or NPT. Do you have a tail piece with this thread to connect to a 1.5 inch hose. Do you have the through hull section that screws into the bottom of the valve.

Asked on 06/06/2018 by Russ from Rochester NY

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Buck Algonquin does not state the thread type anywhere. You might have to give them a call to verify thread type. We do sell bronze tailpieces, and we generally stock the most common sizes (such as 1.5").

Answered on 06/20/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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could you send me typical installation it is for a well pump?

Asked on 09/24/2012 by tom marshall

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Afraid I don't understand the application. I installed seacock in the hull of my boat and connected one to the galley sink and the other to the cockpit drain. There is an excellent detail and article in Wooden Boat magazine a couple issues back. Basically, you need a piece of wood to backup the seacock on the inside of the hull and the threaded part that passes thru the hull must be trimmed (cut) to the correct length so that the seacock flange is tight against the wood backup block. The seacock flange is through bolted to the wooden backup block and not the hull. Use lots of caulk. RC

Answered on 09/25/2012 by RALPH COHEN
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