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    Hi everybody.....I am new to the site and was wondering if anybody has any info on where to get a new cockpit floor drain for a 95 3288.I managed to find one at a hardware store that I had to modify to fit for the time being but would love to find some like the original.Thanks for any help.

    Gypsy

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    Welcome to BOC.

    You should mention where you are; you'll get better advice.

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      #3
      If you are talking about the drains (scuppers) in each corner, you can get them alot of places. I just order two new ones from Jamestown distributers online. This is not something you need to get the "original ones for". I get alot marine parts from them.

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        gypsy201 wrote:
        Hi everybody.....I am new to the site and was wondering if anybody has any info on where to get a new cockpit floor drain for a 95 3288.I managed to find one at a hardware store that I had to modify to fit for the time being but would love to find some like the original.Thanks for any help.

        Gypsy
        Search and you'll find a pretty good thread with photos. I'm guessing what Scott ordered at Jamestown is better than at Home Depot , but it is basically a shower drain. I got the parts as mentioned in the referenced thread at the local Home Depot.

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          #5
          Boater's Discont in La Conner, Wa. Got them there last year. Only place I found that had them with the flat or flush drain cover. 360 466 3540.

          Jim
          1988 3270 With 135 Hinos

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            #6
            Thanks for the replies!!!

            I did use a shower drain for now and had to grind the plastic down to fit.I will follow up on some of the info you guys provided.

            Fyi:We are Near nanaimo,had an old 2755 then a (98) 2655 and finally this (95) 3288 and love it!!!!!

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              #7
              I bought two of these for my boat. Perfect fit and best price I could find:

              http://mobilehomepartsstore.com/Merc...Category_Code=

              You will need to re-use the downpipe from your old drain. The thick rubber gasket that was included can not be used, but you will seal with an appropriate sealer. I used 3M 4200.

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                Kåre L wrote:
                I bought two of these for my boat. Perfect fit and best price I could find:

                http://mobilehomepartsstore.com/Merc...Category_Code=

                You will need to re-use the downpipe from your old drain. The thick rubber gasket that was included can not be used, but you will seal with an appropriate sealer. I used 3M 4200.
                Thanks for the info. I just bought 2 for a grand total of $20.78
                James
                Kai Nani, Redondo Beach, CA
                1989 MY 3288
                Hino 150hp with Hurth 630A Trannies

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                  Kåre L wrote:
                  I bought two of these for my boat. Perfect fit and best price I could find:

                  http://mobilehomepartsstore.com/Merc...Category_Code=

                  You will need to re-use the downpipe from your old drain. The thick rubber gasket that was included can not be used, but you will seal with an appropriate sealer. I used 3M 4200.
                  Just as an FYI to Canadian buyers - while the parts themselves may be $7 each from this place, they want $28.28 to ship them - keeping in mind you'll get another $30 "brokerage" charge from UPS. I did ask them if they could simply mail them to me - they declined.

                  so - if anyone has a Canadian source for these (or something similar), I'd love to hear about it!
                  ________________
                  1989 Bayliner 3270

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                    IslandHop wrote:
                    Thanks for the info. I just bought 2 for a grand total of $20.78
                    Those are chrome so they may not last as long. I bought a stainless steel sink drain at home depot for $6. I replaced the port side and it was very difficult to tighten. Hard to reach in there.

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                      Nikko wrote:
                      Just as an FYI to Canadian buyers - while the parts themselves may be $7 each from this place, they want $28.28 to ship them - keeping in mind you'll get another $30 "brokerage" charge from UPS. I did ask them if they could simply mail them to me - they declined.

                      so - if anyone has a Canadian source for these (or something similar), I'd love to hear about it!
                      Have your stuff shipped to Point Roberts. There is a shipping company there that lets Canadians do that and charges a few bucks.

                      Or date an American.

                      The Canadian girls I date ship stuff to my house. I just have to make sure the right person gets the package if they send it in my name. Had a few close calls. :90.gif

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                        green650 wrote:
                        Those are chrome so they may not last as long. I bought a stainless steel sink drain at home depot for $6. I replaced the port side and it was very difficult to tighten. Hard to reach in there.
                        Nope, the ad is misleading. They are indeed stainless.

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