Item #888158

Whitecap Deck Fill

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          Description

          The Whitecap Stainless Steel Deck Fill fits 1 1/2" I.D. hose. The flange has the fill function with embossed in letters on it to further reduce the likelihood of putting in the wrong liquid for the deck fill.

          Features:

          • 1 1/2" Deck fill with stainless steel cap
          • Come with deck fill key
          • Stainless steel material
          • Replacement caps are available (sold separately)

          Specifications:

          • Flange diameter: 3"
          • Fill tube size: 1-1/2" O.D.
          • Hose size: 1-1/2" I.D.
          • Hose connection angle: 90° (straight)
          • Cap type: Deck fill key
          • Cap diameter: 1-5/8"
          • Thread size: 11.5 TPI (threads per inch)
          • Material: 316 Stainless steel
          • Fastener: #10 (3) (not included)
          • Diesel fill type
            • Embossed lettering color: Green
            • Includes safety chain
          • Gasoline fill type
            • Embossed lettering color: Red
            • Includes safety chain
          • Waste fill type (holding tank pump-out)
            • Embossed lettering color: Black
            • Does not include safety chain
          • Water fill type
            • Embossed lettering color: Blue
            • Includes safety chain

          Part Numbers for Whitecap Deck Fill

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          Questions

          What is the diameter of the rim on the deck plate? And what is the maximum diameter whole in the deck into which the deck plate can be mounted and still have the screws go into the fiberglass around the hole?

          Asked by: Mark Sailor
          In my experience, the newer deck fills are slightly smaller than the older fills say from the 70's. It's best to fill the deck fill hole with marine tex and drill a new hole.
          Answered by: Skipper
          Date published: 2023-11-09
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