Why don't you just leave the seacocks on for now, and remove them only when you have the new ones??
Originally Posted by tapske
I will be replacing my entire holding tank soon, (including all tubing and both valves/seacocks at he thru-hulls. This will be a multi-wee
k venture, and my main concern is is that I go swimming (in the VERY cold) water, to plug up the thru hulls, then get everything removed.. for ordering and measuring etc,....... and in the interim (2-5 weeks) the plugs malfunction and my baby takes a dive.
Am I just being paranoid ? Or should I really take al measurements, first.... order everything needed...and then try to do it all in a day oor 2 while I am at the marina and not 200 miles away.