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Old 31-12-2013, 12:59   #1
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Replacing Seacock Video part 1

This is part 1 or a 4 part series on replacing the thru hulls on a Lagoon 38 catamaran. In this first part I show how I removed the old thru hulls and fittings. In part 2 I will show glassing in the holes from thru hulls no longer needed, in part 3 I show what I did to prepare to install all the new parts including making fiberglass backing plates, and finally in part 4 I show how I installed all the new hardware.

I hope someone can take something useful from this.
Please be kind I am just learning this video stuff but I think I am starting to do a little better with each one.

Replacing the Seacock on a Lagoon 38 Part 1 - YouTube
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Old 01-01-2014, 17:14   #2
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Re: Replacing Seacock Video part 1

Thanks for posting this! I was going to do this when I did my seacocks this summer but never got around to it. I am sure someone will find it very useful!
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