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Old 17-08-2016, 14:23   #1
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Help with part

Can anyone identify the manufacturer or where I can get one of these water fill plugs.
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Old 17-08-2016, 14:29   #2
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Make/model of boat and/of fill fitting?
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The boat is a Carter 35 built by North Shore Yachts in 1985. No name on the fill fitting there is a logo which looks like a bear standing on rear feet leaning on a rock it is very small and hard to make out.
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It may be easier just to replace the fitting. A PITA maybe, but not expensive.
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The only thing left to do is replace the whole deck fitting. Cost isn't that bad but I'll have to take half the boat apart to get to it and you know what happens when you start taking something apart it just doesn't seem to have an ending.
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Here is the Logo on the fill deck fitting. This is the only thing on it no name or writing.
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Changing the whole deck plate may be the most pragmatic solution. A bit of a pain, but not that bad on most boats.

I would however stick with a plastic plug. Many metals, even stainless, will sieze over time.

To stick w plastic you will likely have to buy a full assembly and a replacement plastic plug.
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