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Old 06-18-2010   #1
 
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Old School Raft Valves

OK amigos, I need help finding a fist full of the screws that hold old school valves in place on my 6 year old Riken. You know these valves, they're the ones you hate. They don't have a one way valve and you have to hold the pump on while you screw it tight. They're white plastic held on by six screws. They're the tiniest little screws you've ever seen, like 3/16' long tops. Anyone have any or know where I can buy some?

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AKA millitary valves
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Nylon Military valves. If you already have them out of the boat, you should replace them with brass valves as the nylon valves break very easily. DRE should have both valves as well as screws.
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