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Old 10-24-2016, 03:40 PM   #1
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PYHI Porthole Parts

So ASD being the ripe age of 28. The porthole knobs on my PYHI portholes are all broke except one. They are 1/4 X 20 knobs. After doing some research I found out that PYHI was bought by the parent Company Pompanette/Bomar.

I gave them a call today (very friendly folks) and they knew exactly what I needed, however they do not manufacture the knobs any more.

So I turn to the TF community to see if they have any sources for these knobs. I need 10 of them. Pics below.
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Old 10-24-2016, 04:15 PM   #2
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Try here, just scroll down the page a little.........
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I believe PYHI ports were last made in the '70s. My boat got PYHIs when converted to a yacht. I made my own knobs. As I remember they're American thread. I used a large o-ring to replace the gasket.
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Try here, just scroll down the page a little.........
Thanks Mike! Found my knobs and ordered 15 of them for a total cost of just over $25!

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Above is before, below is after. I gotta tell you this was a tough job. When you turn the knob near the end of the threads it almost locks up. When installing the new knob, the knob is real hard to thread on until it runs down the entire knob. Then it turns easy.
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Above is before, below is after. I gotta tell you this was a tough job. When you turn the knob near the end of the threads it almost locks up. When installing the new knob, the knob is real hard to thread on until it runs down the entire knob. Then it turns easy.
Glad it worked out.......
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Nice to hear the knobs are available. Care to share the source of the knobs?
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Nice to hear the knobs are available. Care to share the source of the knobs?
Looks like it was Mac master Carr
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https://www.mcmaster.com/machine-component-knobs
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