Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Companionway ( washboard ) rubber seal replacement?
And here's what I found a few years ago, it also works great.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Remove the weatherstripping and don't replace it.
You can keep the plywood or switch to plexiglass to amazingly brighten things below. No weatherstripping means no scratched or worn door panel.
Cheers, Craig, SN68
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Here’s what I found a few years ago, it works great.
Here's the gasket material I found that works fine. It's enough to do two replacements.
My first replacement in 2010 has dried out and needs replacement again after 5 years.
Purchased at JCWhitney.com
Item No. 819751
Cost including shipping in 2010 was $28 US.
No bending required, just holes drilled and cut to length.
Since I put spar urethane on the companionway door, I’ve had no black rubber coming off on the door as it slides up and down.
Hi Mike, I'm about to purchase this seal from Rockauto but have a few questions first.
Do you have any material left?
It looks like the metal piece is raised above the level of the fixed piece of wood that is on the outside of the door. Did you ever bend that down flush or have you left it raised, i tend to put my foot on the door sometimes.
I wish i had looked at it while at the rendezvous
SV Ora Pai SM 406