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|Author||Topic: rub rail|
posted 06-23-2003 07:26 PM ET (US)
just got through replacing a heavy duty rub rail on my 25 ft frontier.it took about 3hrs of hard work for two people we used stainless steel screws instead of rivits.next job getting it ready for the keel guard.won't be long now until out halibut fishing.have a good one the fudd
posted 06-23-2003 07:54 PM ET (US)
Where did you get your HD rubrails? I may be replacing mine regular duty rails, and have heard they are expensive.
posted 06-23-2003 09:32 PM ET (US)
You can purchase HD rubrail direct from Barbour Plastics. Call and get the catalog, pick out 3 or 4 styles that you like and give them a call. Ask for a drop in the desired styles. We have always had good luck finding an end-of-run drop to meet our needs. Almost forgot, you won't believe how much money you will save by buying a drop. Their prices are great.
posted 06-25-2003 10:08 PM ET (US)
What's a drop?
posted 06-25-2003 10:17 PM ET (US)
My Whaler price list is from 2000 and at that time you could expect to pay around $520.00 for the HD rub rail kit from Whaler, depending on how greedy your Whaler dealer is.
posted 06-26-2003 05:39 AM ET (US)
A drop is the end piece from the run. If they get an order for 5,000 feet of a certain style, there is usually some extra - a drop. I think we paid about $230.00(with shipping) the last time for 80' of rubrail and 100' of insert.
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