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alukban posted 08-19-2002 10:00 AM ET (US)   Profile for alukban   Send Email to alukban  

Where would one get replacement rails?

('68 Currituck)

jimh posted 08-19-2002 11:07 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
The best place to get parts for a Boston Whaler is from your Boston Whaler authorized dealer.

http://continuouswave.com/whaler/reference/rubRail.html discusses replacement of rub rails.

rjoeser posted 08-28-2002 08:53 AM ET (US)     Profile for rjoeser  Send Email to rjoeser     
CMI marine products in the Hingam Mass shipyard is a large fabrication shop that has all of the factory specs for BW including older boats. They can make rails with very fast turnaround. The only drawback- Cash only and a lot of it. For example. I bought complete side and bow rails for a 67 17'. $1250.00 for parts. complete. AND they do not take credit cards.
Good luck
skred posted 08-29-2002 08:23 AM ET (US)     Profile for skred  Send Email to skred     
I picked up a tip on this forum, but can't recall the phone number that was given:

Orlando's Fiberglass
2315 Lawrence Road
Kemah, TX 77565

Joe Orlando does custom T-tops/rails, etc, and I asked him if he had any "take-off" rails from Whalers. He had a bunch. Example: CMI wants $385 plus $35 shipping for a Mondauk console rail assembly. Joe sold me a "new" take-off set from a Montauk for $100 plus shipping. Maybe someone on this site can point you to the posting that gave the phone number.

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