Gemlux Drains / Inside the Hull

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As discussed in the Podcast with Kevin at East Cape, access to drains is not always easy and I can think of several boat models where is just near possible when on a Lift much less, the trailer!

The Mako 18 LTS comes to mind due to the long tunnel, and the Triumph 190 can be a real Head Banging affair due to the pocket drive and you can forget getting at them and many others while on a lift.

So... If you have access on the inside of the hull or can create such, these with the internal handle added you can install and open from the inside.

The link below should help you find the one that best suits you needs as well as some great looking deck and rod holders with drains at the same time :cool:

Gemlux drains

And here is a excellent little video on the product that explains the use case for them quite well!


And do let them know the guys from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you if you reach out to them!

Tight Lines!
Dave
 

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And if you did not see it, they also have a shorter one for craft that might be smaller or have other bilge clearance issues.

You can find those on this link below:

https://www.gemlux.com/88001

And do let them know the guys from Performance Outdoors.Net sent you if you reach out to them, and post up your pictures of before and after install and how you like them?

My Best,
Dave
 

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Just found and added the marketing flyers, so you can see the actual measurements of the two drains ;)
 
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