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    Just purchased a 1988 champion bass boat (1rst one) dont know which hole to plug need some help

  • #2
    Re: drain holes

    Moved this over to Boat Topics to get you some more help. Are you talking about the bilge drain? Lowest hole on the transom.

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    • #3
      Re: drain holes

      Looking from the inside out -- if you can see daylight, you better plug it.


      • #4
        Re: drain holes

        Originally posted by gen View Post
        Just purchased a 1988 champion bass boat (1rst one) dont know which hole to plug need some help
        Go all the way to the back of the boat on the bottom closes to the ground will be a hole plug it. Make sure you dont forget or it will full up with water could sink or mess up your engine. When your done take it out should drain gallon or so of water.

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