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Old 05-02-2013, 04:47 PM
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Scuppers for Ranger 33

I have been trying to get new scuppers for my Ranger 33 with no success whatsoever. Please does someone out there know where I may purchase them. Many thanks!
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Pictures would be helpful.
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Original scuppers or just cockpit drains with fittings?
As Neil said, a picture or two goes a long way.
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When I was boat shopping, I found that the best/only source of Ranger-specific on-line knowledge was some of the guys over on Sailing Anarchy.

Other than that, all kinds of scuppers, drains and through-hulls at Defender and the like.
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you mean the side deck drains?
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The Scuppers I am looking for are the stainless steel variety and they are 1-1/8 inside across and 2" outside across. They are also very flat and sit flush with the cockpit floor. Also they are the same on the side rails. Many thanks for looking at this matter. Fred
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Would a shower drain fitting work? I've known folks that have used them for cockpit drains.

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Virtually all such fittings used by Ranger were Perko purchased through one of two local (Southern California) distributors, both were swallowed up by West Marine nearly three decades ago. Those are sink drains and I don't know if Perko still produces them. Any sink drain of suitable size will do. In my fading memory somehow 1¼" comes to mind.
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The Scuppers I am looking for are the stainless steel variety and they are 1-1/8 inside across and 2" outside across. They are also very flat and sit flush with the cockpit floor. Also they are the same on the side rails. Many thanks for looking at this matter. Fred
I found an old picture of mine ('78 Ranger 30)

Agree you could just find sink drains.
I'll be home this weekend and climb under there and snap a few pics and check
the fittings. 11/4" sounds about right.
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I have a Ranger 29 and I was told by a fairly knowledgeable guy at our marine who was rebuilding his Ranger 29 that they were sink drains. If not, I'm quite sure without much trouble you could find ones that would work.
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