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RM NY posted 06-22-2009 05:06 PM ET (US)   Profile for RM NY   Send Email to RM NY  
I bought this and ended up not using it.
I got it from my local Whaler dealer, it was about $330 with shipping. It was for a local guy who came around all the time, he had me order the rail up so that it would be here when we worked on the boat, he has since vanished and stuck me with the rail, I have not seen or heard from him since.

The part number I got for it was # 500-05007 but that could have been a Marine Max part number not a Whaler part number.

It comes as 2 25' coils, the rail is "Moonstone" color, insert is one piece and its black. On that boat the rail is split at the bow under the bow light.

I would imagine this is the same rail for any Whaler in that size range calling for the same railing.

$250 with shipping in the states, no additional fees.
This is a large box and shipping is probably going to run me $35-$45 at least. At this point I am just trying to recoup my loss on the rail.

Thanks for your interest.

RM NY posted 06-26-2009 12:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
I will lower the price to $225 shipped, then its going on ebay. This fits a variety of Whalers, not just a Revenge.
Tom W Clark posted 06-26-2009 01:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Are you sure of the size? The kits for the 25s are supposed to be supplied with two 28 foot sections of receiver track, not 25 foot sections.
RM NY posted 06-26-2009 05:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
I just looked in my storage shed, you are 100% correct, they are labeled as 28' coils, Moonstone in color.
sraab928 posted 06-26-2009 07:45 PM ET (US)     Profile for sraab928  Send Email to sraab928     
Will this fit an 82 Outrage 25 Cuddy? I do not have a bow light at the front - mine are split on each side of the cuddy so I am assuming my rub rail is all one piece. Can anyone confirm what I am thinking- I am about 50 miles from that boat this week.

darylrl posted 06-26-2009 08:09 PM ET (US)     Profile for darylrl  Send Email to darylrl     
will it fit a 20 outrage? If so will you ship to Canada?


RM NY posted 06-26-2009 08:26 PM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
I dont know if it will fit, but to purchase almost 60' of rail for your boat at this price may not be worth it. It might be better for you to get it from a local dealer and only pay for what you need?

Will it fit a 25' Cuddy? Im not sure but if you provide a photo of your rail I can provide you with one of mine, or I can ask my local dealer what rail fits your boat and see if it comes up with the same one.

sraab928 posted 06-27-2009 07:34 AM ET (US)     Profile for sraab928  Send Email to sraab928     
I am in the process of a total tear down and refit. I bought this boat in terrible condition. I'm sure you can see the rubrail in some of these pictures - My concern is the front - looking through the pictures it appears that it was a solid piece up there. I don't see anything going over the railing. 1982%20Boston%20Whaler%20Outrage%2025/

RM NY posted 06-27-2009 10:17 AM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
the rail itself looks the same, you would know your boat and if the rail was split at the bow, I can do some research but if you say yours was definitly not split at the bow then you would have to compromise a seam somewhere.
Alot of boats have rail that come in 20' sections so they end up with seams, one seam would not be terrible.

Give me more info on the boat or call your whaler dealer and see how much the rail for your boat is and if its worth it to you to have the seam for the difference in price.

RM NY posted 06-27-2009 10:25 AM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
I just noticed this picture of yours, that is the seam up at the bow.¤t=Picture042.jpg

The rail is split, but the insert is one piece so it looks like this is the rub rail that works for you!

RM NY posted 06-27-2009 10:27 AM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
lets try this link instead:


Ritzyrags posted 06-27-2009 12:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for Ritzyrags  Send Email to Ritzyrags 1982%20Boston%20Whaler%20Outrage%2025/?action=view¤t=Picture042. jpg
I does look like an exciting refit option that you have gotten yourself here.
RM NY posted 06-27-2009 01:09 PM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
thanks Ritzyrags.

I was trying to use the links from his photbucket page but I guess I was not doing it properly, regardless that is the seam in the rail clearly visable in your picture

sraab928 posted 06-27-2009 03:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for sraab928  Send Email to sraab928     
I didn't want to assume that was a seam as the boat had about 20 of those "seams" lol. It sounded to me like it was covered with something on the boat you are referring to. I did have a quote on a factory rubrail, receiver and stainless mounting screws of $275.00 - I was just waiting until I was ready for it to go ahead and order.

At $225 delivered (I assuming without mounting hardware)it sounds like a descent deal to me. Do you take paypal? If so send me an email and I will send you my paypal email to send an invoice to.

RM NY posted 06-27-2009 04:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
comes with a big bag of aluminum rivets, not stainless.

My local MM is known to charge anywhere from 15-20% over list so your price sounds about right without them charging any shipping.

RM NY posted 06-27-2009 07:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for RM NY  Send Email to RM NY     
rail is sold, thank you for the interest
sraab928 posted 06-27-2009 09:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for sraab928  Send Email to sraab928     
Looking forward to receiving it and putting her on the 25.

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