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hey guys thanks for the info on the fiberglass blocks. I am confused as to the threads on the parts. I was going to use a groco tri flange 3/4'. I think it comes wf nps threads top and bottom. Valve should be nps also? The groco bronze thru hull is nps also correct? I'm confused...Red
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Ol mainesail, that helps, That is the groco tri flange I am going to use. It has a nps on the bottom side and the thru hull is male nps, apparently the top of the tri flange[male end], I can install an npt ball valve.Then the 3/4" hose barb is also npt. I like the idea of the tri flange, in case of valve failure. ....Red
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