Parker Yahoo Group Archived Messages

ID From Subject Date
744 Dana Cunniff Re: Re: Ball-type is better than a duckbill scupper IMHO 2/10/2006 19:15:00

Dale, I have original scuppers in a '96.

Do you or any of the others that mentiond the ball
type have an idea whether they could get sheared off.
Looks like they extend out a good amount.


--- parker25lc <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=3DZb_lVR7fRc0ICrirSrGD3huRtCzHcF4D-K9DXC4vS6nwWBMpH_wRYHFqOalFf7Tb9e0q8EOLGnOTvIlw">c-dhubbard@...</a>> wrote:

> ... and here's why ...
> The original poster is complaining that "over a few
> seasons", the
> rubber/thermoplastic in his flap scuppers gets dry
> and brittle and
> fails to seal. I can see that happening with the
> duckbill scuppers too.
> In my experience, if you want a scupper system that
> will last and be
> reliable through many years of service ... get the
> ball-type ones.

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