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TH Marine 90 degree Thru-Hull
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TH Marine 90 degree Thru-Hull
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TH Marine 90 degree Thru-Hull Customer Questions and Answers

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should you use 5200 sealant or a rubber gasket ?

Asked on 12/22/2015 by Bruce Danley

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I used neither. The exit was above the waterline, so I just tightened the nut. It seems to be okay. If you want a better seal, I would suggest straight silicone, on the inside. 5200 would be too permanent. Or perhaps just apply some epoxy on the inside of the hole.

Answered on 12/23/2015 by RONALD DIEBEL
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Hello,Yes I did use a small bead of 5200 on outside.

Answered on 12/23/2015 by JAMES POORE

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I'm no expert, but I used 5200 and it has worked just fine. KAJ

Answered on 12/22/2015 by KEN JONES

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I use LifeSeal. It seals great and is not 100% permanent. If you had to remove the fitting for any reason, you'll be glad you did not use 5200.

Answered on 12/22/2015 by KAI WILLIAMS

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5200, just clean the surface before applying.

Answered on 12/22/2015 by KRIS KINNISON

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I am an amateur but that said, if I ever wanted to be able to remove the fitting, I would not use 5200. 5200 is one of the best adhesive sealants I've ever known but it will de-laminate and tear apart epoxy-fiberglass before it lets go.

Answered on 12/22/2015 by Jim Whitlock

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If you are using this as a true thru-hull, I would recommend a sealant like 5200.

Answered on 12/23/2015 by BRENT FRAMPTON

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I would not recommend 5200 or a silicone based sealant, especially above the water-line. If you want to seal it, use a bit of butyl (rubber) tape. I bed ALL my deck fittings with it.

Answered on 07/28/2018 by OS/2 Dude
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Does this fitting have threads inside the opening ? If so what size .

Asked on 02/07/2016 by Frank Santora

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no, just a barb with no interior threads.

Answered on 02/07/2016 by STEPHEN WARREN
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I don't know. It was a gift.

Answered on 02/07/2016 by NADINE THOMAS

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There are no internal threads

Answered on 02/09/2016 by DAN SCHRIVER

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No, this fitting is smooth walled on the inside. It is made for a hose with a hose clamp.

Answered on 02/08/2016 by RICKEY GRIFFIN

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No, the only threads are on the exterior near the mushroom flange.

Answered on 02/07/2016 by MICHU BARROSO

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No, just two notches inside to keep in place while tightening.

Answered on 02/07/2016 by KAI WILLIAMS
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how long is the threaded part on the 1 1/8 fitting?

Asked on 06/17/2012 by Robert Dew

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i just checked it both ways with the nut just started is about 1.5" and without the nut you have 1.7/8 thread hope this helps you

Answered on 07/30/2012 by JAMES POORE
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It's a 3/4" fitting. The threaded part is 1" long.

Answered on 06/19/2012 by DANIEL COX

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Is the thru hull. Plastic or coper , I bought a Bunch of thru hulls

Answered on 06/19/2012 by scott doree

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15/16th's exactly. The nut that comes with it is 7/16th's thick, leaving 1/2 inch for hull and gasket.

Answered on 07/01/2012 by KURT SNYDER
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Does this fitting come with the TH Marine drain filter as well?

Asked on 08/02/2015 by Undisclosed

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No it does not.

Answered on 08/03/2015 by KRIS KINNISON
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It does not come with a filter.

Answered on 08/02/2015 by BRENT FRAMPTON
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how deep is the measurement from the flange to the 90?

Asked on 03/23/2012 by Undisclosed

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The distance is 1 1/2 inches or 3.8 cm

Answered on 04/16/2012 by CURTIS ANDERSON
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1-15/16" from the bottom of the flange to the center of the 90 degree elbow.

Answered on 03/23/2012 by DANIEL COX
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can I get this in 5/16th inch hose size

Asked on 04/06/2018 by gary from Edmonton Alberta Can.

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Hi Gary, unfortunately the smallest size that this product comes is 1/2"

Answered on 06/01/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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