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Old 04-04-2010, 07:40 PM
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I need one post on my old Perkos.

The one that is on the outside that holds the top from the bottom.

I really dont wan to buy the whole thing unless I have to.

Have any of you guys seen one?? Hell I cannot even find a Perko dealer in the area.
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http://www.go2marine.com/product.do?...F&WT.mc_id=gb1

I have blue fittings on it. Are those 1". I think
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i have this one
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If it helps any let me know
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I am glad you brought this up because the bolts that hold down the cover on mine were stripped out. Some one put on Stainless nuts and they corroded out. I used a tap to get through the season but want to fix it correctly. Looks like you can still get the parts so that is cool!
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i have this one
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I am going to measure the cylinder on mine. It looks longer than yours.
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ok let me know ill see if i can help
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How long are those posts????

On the outside of the cylinder.
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