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Attwood Thru-Hull Connectors
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Attwood Thru-Hull Connectors
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Attwood Thru-Hull Connectors Customer Questions and Answers

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My bulkhead is 2-1/4" thick. Will this thru hull work? My hose is 3/4" dia.

Asked on 12/20/2016 by Fred Wienbarg

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I do not believe the threaded section on that fitting is long enough for the thickness of your bulkhead. You may want to check to see if the manufacturer makes a fitting with a longer threaded section .

Answered on 12/20/2016 by BILL ORNE
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The through hull connector that I have is a Sea Choice, not Attwood. It is for a 3/4" hose. The max bulkhead for this one is 1-3/4". Since the dimensions for the Sea Choice are the same as for the Attwood, I would conclude that the max bulkhead thickness for the Attwood would also be 1-3/4", which wouldn't work for your application.

Answered on 12/20/2016 by BILL DEROCHER

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I ordered these previously and they were to short. T-H Marine part# TH-750XL worked on my 2 1/4" hull with 3/4" hose. They are on the flimsy side, don't over tighten and use plenty of sealer you should be fine. Mine have been in for over a year now,no problems.

Answered on 12/24/2016 by Mike Ryan
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is the stem length quoted for the entire through hull fitting, the threaded part or from inside of flange to end of hose barb? is the material marelon or something suitable for below the waterline?

Asked on 03/30/2014 by Undisclosed

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The thru the hull connector is for above the water line use only. The stem is 3-1/4" long. The threaded area is 1-3/4", and 1-1/4" max hull thickness. The threaded area is 1-1/8" in diameter. The barb is 1" in length X 5/8" in diameter.

Answered on 05/09/2014 by I C
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The stem length, is the entire length of the stem. You need to put that several inches above the water line!

Answered on 03/30/2014 by ALEXANDER WINGENROTH
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