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Old 16-08-2016, 12:20   #16
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Re: Deck Pipe

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Problem is that I cannot locate an existing pipe that will cover the hole in the deck, just all a bit too small.
Can you modify yours as I indicated? Just make the notch fit your rode, chain or rope.
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Can you modify yours as I indicated? Just make the notch fit your rode, chain or rope.
All I have now is a port that is flush with the deck, there is no pipe rising above to notch. Looks like a cover for a rather large fill pipe, not an anchor hatch. Further the cover for the port is snaps in, not so easy to remove.
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All I have now is a port that is flush with the deck, there is no pipe rising above to notch. Looks like a cover for a rather large fill pipe, not an anchor hatch. Further the cover for the port is snaps in, not so easy to remove.
Ahhh... I see. Maybe make an adaptor plate identical to your existing pattern out of Starboard, UHMW plastic, or Bronze, SS , or Brass plate then bolt the new hawse pipe to it. Typical boat work scenario!
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Ahhh... I see. Maybe make an adaptor plate identical to your existing pattern out of Starboard, UHMW plastic, or Bronze, SS , or Brass plate then bolt the new hawse pipe to it. Typical boat work scenario!
Yes, I am learning that lesson. I will come up with a more permanent solution over the winter. The cheap cowl vent will be good enough for now, I will likely only use it once or twice.
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