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Thanks for the opinions. I kind of figured that the direction would be to replace it. Which probably is the right thing to do. I'm sort of hoping that I can just service it instead, if it looks like it is in good condition.
The inside of the hull is built up around the seacock about 1/2" thick by about 4" diameter, making me wonder if it has some sort of flange that is fiberglassed into the hull. Hard to show this in a picture, but I attached another. I suppose that I can always still find a way to get it out, but it seems like a chore.
Good find with the Wenzhou Kewell valve company. I wonder if they're ripping off the name of an older Kewell company, which doesn't seem to have any trace on google.