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    Versiplugs

    Any conversion boats using them? I've been thinking about buying 'em, but I'm a little worries because I tend to drop things under the engine and leave them there, bolts, hose clamps etc and I don't want them messing with that ball in the plug. Thoughts?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rangermtb5 View Post
    Any conversion boats using them? I've been thinking about buying 'em, but I'm a little worries because I tend to drop things under the engine and leave them there, bolts, hose clamps etc and I don't want them messing with that ball in the plug. Thoughts?


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    Ive had them in every ski Ive owned for the last 5 years... Ive only had 1 zip tie in 5 years cause the hull to get wet but it drained back out in seconds. They def do what their supposed too.

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    Re: Versiplugs

    Cool. Anyway of putting a screen or something on it to prevent clogging?


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    A few people have tried doing screens but the screen will significantly limit water flow out and it becomes more of a pain.
    What I always did with mine was to run the stock drain plugs for the first ride after I had to do any significant wrenching. When I got home after that ride I'd check the bottom and rear of the hull for debris, run the ole' shop vac under everything I could reach etc etc. If I didn't see anything I'd run the versiplugs from there.

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    they are good. I like them much better than duckbills because they can't fall off. you can also keep your stockers in the glove box and change them back and forth at will. I met teh guys that make them and they are some of the nicest guys you will ever deal with.

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