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I need the drain screw at the base of the tanks

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What tank? You didn't provide any pertinent info such as manufacturer or model!



See the link below. I don't know if it will fit your model... cock-p-432052.html">Thumb Screw Drain Cock



I personally used fittings and brass tubing and routed mine to a handy location not so close to the ground... but then I'm getting old.

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