On another thread about "stuff you forget" a guy mentioned reaching behind the boat to put the plugs in after he ran it on step to get the water out...
SO ~~~~ when I was buying my new boat the salesman took me to a river and put the plugs in from the outside....I thought he was crazy and wrong, he said they always put them in that way.
I've been putting my plugs in from the inside (PITA) thinking that if a plug came out I would still have it, and could put it in again. But, really, with the plugs outside, there is no pressure on them to make them come out, all the pressure pushes them in...or does it If being on step sucks the water out, could it suck a plug out if it wasn't real tight?
What do you do? Inside plugger or outside???