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    leaking Pontoons

    Hi I need to access drain plugs on top of my pontoons anyone have any ideas I have a 2600twin tri toon with aluminum underbelly



    • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Member Posts: 164 admin
      @hubleytwin ... what's the model/year? 
    • hubleytwinhubleytwin Member Posts: 3
      2005 2600 twin tritoon Sanpan
    • dodgerdodger Member Posts: 12 ✭✭
      We contacted the dealers as we had some in our center tube.  They sent us to a welding shop that does their warrentty work.  Got it done, used an approved shop, all is well.  We had lower drains put in all three tubes at our own expense and it was very reasonable. We know where they are and can drain them at the end of every season before the freezing cold sets in.
    • tech1200tech1200 Member Posts: 4
      I only have two toons... but can imagine how a tri-toon would be difficult.

      Lower drains are nice but mine (09 Sweetwater) has a keel on each log (angle aluminum running whole length of log) which complicates where to put a bung. I use an ~$8 siphon pump from walmart. Go in through the top access bung of each log compartment. Takes about 8 minutes to siphon 5 gallons out. I'm sort of obsessive so once the cheap siphon cannot pickup anymore, I use a west marine crankcase pump (used for I/O's to remove old oil). It works the same way but has a smaller stiff tube which allows me to get most if not all of the water out. 
    • 240sd240sd Member Posts: 2

      where is toon leaking, funny how are 50k poontoon boats  dont gave a couple of 10 dollar drain plugs  and not foam filled .   you  can presurize toon lightly through vent  and locate leak and repaire

    • Troutman3000Troutman3000 Member Posts: 1
      Sorry to resurrect an old thread but I just bought a used 2008 Sanpan 2200re that has a little water in the front of the toons. I understand that you can access them from the top but would like more clarification on what siphon or pump to use?   So I need to remove the caps all the way or just put the tube into the vent?
    • BoomerBoomer USAMember Posts: 348 ✭✭✭
      If you have water you have a leak call a dealer and get it pressure checked

      Dale Hollow Lake Byrdstown Tennessee
    • billguidrybillguidry USAMember Posts: 1
      I purchased a used Sweetwater 2186DF HIN GDY1984WJ607 and love the boat very much.  When we took the boat out of the water this past weekend, we noticed a sloshing sound in the left pontoon and had noticed it is riding lower in the water.  In reading the forum I was relieved to see Godfrey has various chambers and plugs to access in each pontoon.  My boat is parked at our lake house (on land) and upon my next visit I plan to inspect the pontoons.  I wanted to confirm, does this model/year have the multi chambers and plugs to access and remove the water? 

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    • BoomerBoomer USAMember Posts: 348 ✭✭✭
      edited July 2018
      Dale Hollow Lake Byrdstown Tennessee
    • BoomerBoomer USAMember Posts: 348 ✭✭✭
      edited July 2018
      Dale Hollow Lake Byrdstown Tennessee
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