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billyo

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I just bought a used 1801. First boat. Only 1 problem, The plug is missing. Any ideas where to get Parker parts and accessories online or otherwise. Looking forward to being a Parker owner!!!!
 

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Welcome to the site and the Parker brotherhood.

The brass plug is a standard garboard plug. You can get them at any West Marine, Boater's World, or a Parker dealer.
 

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I'm going to need one or two of those plugs too. Let me know where you end up getting it.

I'm making a shopping list that is growing by the day.
Tool kit, deck lights, drain plug. spare trailer wheel, hub, bearings.

I have a temporary spending moratorium. Until 3/31.

Congrats!
 

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In addition to having the brass plug that goes in from the outside, I also carry one of those rubber expandable plugs in the bilge (on a tether so it doesn't get lost) that I can jam in the hole in an emergency. When you launch, by the time you figure out you left the plug out, the truck is parked and you are walking back to the dock...watching the water pour out of the bilge pump thru-hulls. :shock: :shock: :shock:

The only time you have is to jump in the boat, open the bilge, and jam the hole from the inside with something. :shock: :shock: :shock:
 

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