Moeller Drain Tubes are designed to allow water and fluids to flow out. Use a bailer plug to fill the tube when draining is not desired and to prevent water from coming in. These drain tubes are brass and aluminum making them corrosion resistant and have a 90-degree flange.
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Drain Plugs and Tubes
What is the thickness of the tube wall?
Wall thickness is 0.031".
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1 inch brass thru hull tube. What is the needed hole size? and what is the minimum hull thickness I can install the tube in?
The 1" tube requires a 1" hole. I don't see a minimum hull thickness listed.
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Is there an O ring to use on the side that is flanged? Or do you flange it directly against the transom? I installed one in a 22 whaler a few years ago and it incuded two o rings for each end of the tube. If one is required, what size? Thanks.
It doesn't come with an oring, you would use caulking on a fiberglass application.
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Is this ID or OD?
ID Inside Diameter.
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I own a boston whaler 17 montauk prod year 1981.I need to replace copper drain tubes. could you pls advice for train tube codes, o rings and flanging tool? Additionally can you ship to Athens Greece?
diameter is 1 in and almost 30 cm long.Pls name the corrects codes for the parts I need and relevant cost including USPS to Greece.
You need to measure the O.D. outside diameter of the tube you're replacing and the length and order the corresponding tube. You will also need a corresponding flange tool. We can ship to Greece but it is expensive.
Vournazou 6 Athens Greece PC 115 21flange tool ?o ring?
I didn't use the flanging tool in my application, maybe I should have but epoxy worked pretty well
I have sent all the information you need. Can U quote?
The longest 1" tube we have is 14" the part # is MOE-0210031400. I don't have enough information to quote shipping.
can u please give me part numbers for my outrage 18 I need 2 tubes od 1 1/4 and 1 tube od 1" and if I need a tool the number for that also please?
Click on the down arrow next to the price to select the size you need. You will need the Flange tool part # MOE-2072000
I have both flanging tools; the 1.25' tool is #020704-00 the 1'tool is #020720-00The tubes are easy to find but I don't have the numbers for those.
Do you have the tool to install 1 1/4" drain tube?
no I didn't flare the one end, so I guess wasn't properly done, but the tubes fit nice and are epoxied in place I cut the excess of with a multi tool
Yes, I purchased the tool at the same time I purchased the tube. It worked as expected and I did not experience any issues installing the new tube.
JOHN E KEARNEY
would it be safer to drill the old hole larger fill it with thickend epoxy resin and drill a one inch hole in the epoxy so all the wood is sealed?instead of reinstalling these,the transom is wet from mechanical failure and neglect after 30 years anythings bound to leak.these would be quick to reinstall but it might be more maintenance free to just glass it.any comments or suggestions of products to fill it?
I found success in a direct re-install. The application was in a wet transom of a 1977 Mako. I carefully removed the old corroded tubes, allowed the transom to dry then used a rubber mallet to in install the new tubes along with a 3M flexible glue sealer.
Â¥Ã‹_Â¥Ã‹_?ric,I installed this drain while finishing the construction of my wooden boat. Everything was in good condition, by I was in a paranoid mindset to prevent any infiltration in the haul.I drilled a diameter oversized by 1/8 of an inch. I sealed the hole with marine epoxy (2 coats, no tickener), and used 3M marine sealer caulk to seal perimeter of the drain around boat entries. It also acted as a fastener to hold the drain in place.2 years, no signs of infiltrations. I'd do it again the same way. Best regards,Martin
Difficult to give specific advice without a visual inspection. Wood transoms have lasted much longer than 30 years with nominal care. You might consider a scab fiberglass liner/patch for greater integrity on one side depending on the area you have to work with. Fill the area with West System Epoxy mixture using their recommendations. Drill the drain plug hole. Possibly offset if there is room to make an adjustment. Wish I could be of more help. Guarantee is found in Websters dictionary. All the best. ........
Do theses tubes come with rubber O Rings?
It's been a couple years since I bought mine but I think I bought the rubber o rings separately. Also, the rubber o rings I used have begun to dry out. Luckily I used a little 5200 before I used the tool to fix them in place.
No, I used 7200 adhesive to water proof the seal. There is a tool to install them to round over the end. I cut the tube shy of 1/4 inch longer than pass through and used a carriage bolt to mushroom over the collar for the opposite end. Obviously, you will need a second person to hold tight the fitting as you shape it. I installed 5 of these this way on my 1973 boston whaler 19' outrage.Hope this helps.
no they do not
These ones have no O ring. They are designed to be a tight fit, I epoxy them in. I have never had one leak.
does the 2 peaces screw togather to form 1 drain?
You might have found a million dollar idea! That would be great if they did but they do not. Once you get the drain tube that fits your opening you need to get a special tool that gets inserted through the tube and bends the unflared edge around the other side of the opening. The tool is bassically a bolt that goes through the tube with two flared ends. Once tightened the tube will be crimped into place. caulk should be applied inside the opening before the tube is inserted and crimped. Hope that helpsRob
No, they do not. They are set in place with sealant and then the straight end needs to be flared once installed. You would need to get these a little bit longer than the distance you need to go with it and then use a flaring tool to seal it against the other side of wherever it is going to.
thanks vrry much a big help
glad to be of help! take care.
thanks i have no tool
No, it has flared end as in the picture, and then you cut it to the length you need.
Great Customer Service and products
Taite the sale representative from Jamestown was over the top in helping me with this order. He was fantastic. A pleasure to do business with. The product (Moeller brass drain tubes) is great also. . . . Good dimensional quality and nice brass finish. Fast shipment. thx
Dave the drain tube installer
Port Clinton, Ohio
These tunes are very high quality and a heavy gauge brass. Not like the cheap junk you find in stores
Received my order quickly. Thank you!
Hard to find size for the drain plug and tube I needed...thanks, they are perfect!
New York, New York
Excellent product same quality as OEM
Excellent quality product
Just what I needed for my Robalo.
I havn't installed these yet, but I know they will do the job.
Hyde park NY
Excellent replacement or OE piece!
This is a great OE or replacement drain tube piece. Comes with one end flanged and once installed the other end can be easily flanged with a flanging tool. High quality and well made piece!
Mount Morris, MI
Drain Tubes Work Well
The tubes are great and good value. The tool to put them in right is expensive, relative to the cost of the tubes. Think of it this way, though. For <$50 I have two very nice transom drain tubes in my sailboat now. I'm happy.
Very good quality brass tubes
You will need a Flanging tool in order to install the tube.The flanging tool instructions which came with the tool and the instructions on this site are misleading and incomplete so I would suggest searching the internet forums for worthwhile help.
Lake Ozark, MO
Quality at the right price
Great quality at a reasonable price.Perfect replacement for my whaler.