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I've had a non stainless crescent wrench on my boat that I use to tighten my brass drain plug. The corrosion has finally locked the jaws. I was thinking about getting a stainless crescent but those are pricey. After thinking about it I'm just going to get an open end wrench that fits and replace it when it gets too rusty
 

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I've had a non stainless crescent wrench on my boat that I use to tighten my brass drain plug. The corrosion has finally locked the jaws. I was thinking about getting a stainless crescent but those are pricey. After thinking about it I'm just going to get an open end wrench that fits and replace it when it gets too rusty
buy a box end wrench and a new plug and never look back
 

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Mine is a 9/16 and I just keep a simple box wrench in the boat. Also those ABS/plastic wrenches for removing props usually have square opening that can be used for the same thing.
 
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Thanks men I have no idea of the plug size I just no it’s standard
 

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I have the sea dog orange plastic one. I just leave it in the splashwell of my pathfinder so I can pull the plug leaving the ramp. comes with an extra plug which is nice.
 
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