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269 granpafish Re: Parker response 12/16/2004 16:48:00

--- In <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=BzalrrDaw9omAQL_hABFvLAKpJT6KbQx5WEpcgdJcaGx4qEWvmybQ5O16JWU86i6Y8U2xkRUy6avc9rBKIRzkau4mAc">parkerboats@yahoogroups.com</a>, "parkeratthebar"
<midgro3011@a...> wrote:
>
> --- In <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=BzalrrDaw9omAQL_hABFvLAKpJT6KbQx5WEpcgdJcaGx4qEWvmybQ5O16JWU86i6Y8U2xkRUy6avc9rBKIRzkau4mAc">parkerboats@yahoogroups.com</a>, "granpafish" <auto35668@h...>
> wrote:
> >
> > Very coincidendal. I was just planning on asking the same
> > question. We are on our 2nd used 2520, (this one is a 2003) and
I
> > have tried to get a question answered on both boats with no
reponse
> > from them.
>
> re: drain plug...i would remove the drain assembly by removing the
3
> screws that secure it to the hull. then put it in a vice to get
the
> plug out ,apply some heat if necessary....reinstall with 5200 and
new
> screws....then put the plug back in with teflon tape on the plug
and
> grease the t-hull fitting so this can be avoided next year.....if
you
> force the plug while the assembly is in the hull you will regret
> it.....best of luck, jim



Thank you Jim, that is exactly the kind of advice I was looking
for. I wasn't aware that the thru hull could be removed like that.
By the way, What arrives in the e-mail today? A response from
Parker about my inquiry! Thanks again. Granpa