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Wanted... Wilcox Crittenden seacock

Wanted....Wilcox Crittenden valve

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If any one has one of these tapered plug type through hull valves and flange in good working order in 1 1/4 or 1 1/2" that you dont need I will buy it.

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got one...

I happen to have a few of these and will let you know the sizes. They are from the 70's.
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COOL!!

Sent you a PM with my email.
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Saw your pm days ago, tried to PM you, site wouldnt let me because im too new a member. I got to thinking that i should hold onto these until the spring just in case I need them on the new boat, sorry to get your hopes up. Ill send you an email if the situation changes or if i come across any others.
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Are you still looking for this? I have one if you still need one.

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Go to wilcox-crittindon.com/service.asp?bid--they have been bought out but you can still get all the parts.
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Shoot - sorry didn't see it was an old thread
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I'm looking for a plug for a 3/4" Wilcox Crittendon valve if anyone has one for sale..
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WOW! Didnt expect to see this thread again...

Yep.. I will still buy one if some one has one...maybe even 2 or 3 if the price is right.

"Go Simple...Go Large"

Relationships are everything to me..everything else in life are just tools to enhance them.


The purchase price of a boat is just the admittance fee to the dance...you still have to spend money on the girl...so court one with something going for her with pleasing and desirable character traits others desire as well... or you could find yourself in a disillusioned relationship contemplating an expensive divorce.
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