Snap-Tite Bailer Plugs seal drain tubes from the inside. Constructed with neoprene seals and brass and aluminum. They are similar to the turntite plugs, only snap-tite design has a locking mechanism making it more secure. These plugs work best inside of a boat and will not jar loose under vibration.
Snap Tite bailer plugs can also be used for mounting inside the bilge and scupper drains on the transom. Corrosion resistant construction seals well with brass drain tubes, and the plug's threaded center rod offers adjustment to cam action for tight seal.
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Drain Plugs and Tubes
how tight ,, can u tighten to tight ?
They expand as you tighten. About an 1/8" which is plenty if you use the metal tube which matches product.Steve P.
My flange tube is 1 1/8 inch diameter. What plug do I need?
Ouch! I know my answer will be disappointing, but I am afraid you need to keep looking. I am suspect that the one-inch OD plug will be sloppy in the tube unless it expands when snapped shut.Maybe, by applying a lubricant first, you could force the 1.25-inch OD plug in the hole, but I am no sure you could lock, let alone ever remove it.I checked several other vendors and could not find a 1-1/8" plug anywhere.
I am not quite sure. I took a guess on the hole size of my cockpit drain, picked the largest one available, but found it was too small in diameter anyway.
A real nice tight fit. Easy to install and it works !
Drilled the transom according to specs and coated it with Total Boat 5:1 epoxy in the transom hole. Put a cork in it during installation to keep wet epoxy out of the brass drain tube.Install with the plug inside the boat.