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Post: "Groco Connect To Anode??"

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Norm Rhines

Rene

I believe the nut you talk about is a freeze plug (removed when on the hard for the winter) there should be less than a cup of water in it, when the valve is closed and tightened with the tee screw on the back of the valve.

Terry:

The bronze are tougher, as long as you DON"T get the ss Ball. Marlon are great as long as nothing heavy can hit them. So your answer is not which is better but which fits my need.


Lastly for the connect or not connect question.
I am not connected (seams to be working as I have had no issues on the insides of the thur hulls.) but if done properly connecting will work very well just make sure that the AC is seperate or you could have issues from you dockmates elec cord drooping into the water.

Best of luck and keep that water outside the boat.

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