Steve Snow Killer
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- Jan 18, 2018
- Boat Name
- 22’ Grady White
For a bait tank pick up for my Grady, to I face the slots toward the bow? Heard both directions in my research.
Because it’s a scoop/clam shell, I probably don’t need a backing board. Will 5200 so think that should be ok, right?scoop forward.
Because it’s a scoop/clam shell, I probably don’t need a backing board. Will 5200 so think that should be ok, right?
Thanks for your help.For thru hulls below the waterline I would build up the area with epoxy/mat thick enough that the screws used to hold the clamshell don't penetrate all the way through on the inside.
You could use 5200 but I would go with 4200.
I plan to put bolts, nuts, lock nuts and large washers.Thanks for your help.
if it's a bronze scoop strainer , don't use stainless fasteners ... electrolysis. it's also better to go with a thru hull separate from the scoop strainer. first it makes it easy to clean out thru hull if you ever need to , and if any thing were to hit the strainer like a trailer bunk, the strainer would not brake thru hull off. i've seen it happen more than once.I plan to put bolts, nuts, lock nuts and large washers.
I plan to put bolts, nuts, lock nuts and large washers.