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    Covering holes

    Does anyone know how to go along the lines of covering stock pisser holes? Fiberglass them? Cap them? What looks the nicest with not a million dollar budget?


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    Very ambiguous post....

    do u mean the holes at the back of the deck (center is where the water comes out) ? fill it with marinetex, you are going to need to get a new peice of matting to cover the white spots.

    If you are refering to the spout on the pump nozzle, tap a thread to it and install a stainless steal allen bolt.

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    I think he means the one comming out of each side? What I did was leave the fitting in the sides of the hull. I took a piece of cardboard and heald it over the opening of the pisser on the outside of the hull. Then I got inside the hull and pumped the whole pisser full of waterproof clear silicone. The cardbaord is there so that it does not come out the other side and it all stays in there and hardens. it will harden in about 5-10 min and then you can remove the cardboard. You now have water-tight pissers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo951 View Post
    I think he means the one comming out of each side? What I did was leave the fitting in the sides of the hull. I took a piece of cardboard and heald it over the opening of the pisser on the outside of the hull. Then I got inside the hull and pumped the whole pisser full of waterproof clear silicone. The cardbaord is there so that it does not come out the other side and it all stays in there and hardens. it will harden in about 5-10 min and then you can remove the cardboard. You now have water-tight pissers!

    Hey thanks a lot i am sorry for the dumb post, i didnt explain too well! But that sounds like what i was going to do but didnt know if that sounded like a junk way of doing it!

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    I had to plug Pisser holes from a triple pipe set-up I used Finishing plugs from McMaster carr and installed a with a little silicone it has held up fine for well over a year.

    www.mcmaster.com pg 3635 low profile polyethylene finishing plugs. $3-4 per bag of 100
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    i put duck tape on back and used marine tex

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8R View Post
    i put duck tape on back and used marine tex

    I am going to fiberglass the back then fill the hole with marine tex! That probably hold for a good 3 to 4 years. Thanks!

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    On the pisser I did this.

    When I installed Hydroturf I took the pisser out. I installed it in upside down and marked where it would be flush if I cut it. I cut it. Installed it with 5200 upside down. I then installed the mat. Worked perfectly.

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