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    I Have a supra comp ts6m trying to find out what to use for the drain that goes through the bolt in plastic pan for drives foot area?

    It had a chromed aluminum pc of pipe don't know if that's original? The battery has a rubber hose.

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    The last pan I installed I didn't put the hole in it at all . It just dumps the water on the back side of the stringer. If you are a good driver you shouldn't get water there . If you do a towel works well to remove it.

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    Thanks for the reply. Still a little confused. Dumps down in the bilge through the stringer? I guess your talking about water getting there from dipping the nose? I was thinking the water that drips off you or off the driver. I did some stinger repair and plugged the hole and made a new box for the pan and some floor repair. I was thinking about not using the pan since it is pretty damaged was to maybe use the front of the pan because I think that hump keeps the gear up in the nose? Thinking about running the carpet down the sides and putting a pc of teak in the bottom. Please let me know of any suggestion you may have or even where to find a new pan. Definitely a newbie here.

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    You will need to post pics . I don't follow what you are talking about?

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    here are the pics the hole in the bottum of this pan had a pipe going through stringer thinking about not reinstalling pan and just putting carpet down there or teak.
    Last edited by jmcclain73; 04-30-2021 at 10:06 AM.

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    Don't throw the pan away . They are not available anymore.

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    So re drill the stringer or not?

    If so install what as a pipe?

    You know anybody that want the pan?

    Just gonna install plasteak down there unless you sea an issue with that or carpet?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcclain73 View Post
    So re drill the stringer or not?

    If so install what as a pipe?

    You know anybody that want the pan?

    Just gonna install plasteak down there unless you sea an issue with that or carpet?????

    For what its worth I have original pan and it has a small drain hole in one corner that allows water
    to end up in bilge area.
    That said I always lay an old towel in the pan simply to keep my feet dry and the pan as well. Done this for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael hunter View Post
    Don't throw the pan away . They are not available anymore.
    Since when? I was able to get a brand new one from Skiers Choice a few years back when I did my restoration. Anyway, I did not drill a hole in the pan and just use it as a tray to trap what little water ends up there to soak up with towels.
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    My dealer pugged that hole before took the boat home. He said it was a stupid idea that would lead to premature stringer rot. There's always a towel somewhere in the boat.

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