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Old 03-30-2019, 02:21 PM   #1
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Sliding Doors

Any suggestions on replacement/rebuild for the two aft and side entrance sliding doors for 34LRC ?
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Old 04-21-2019, 12:54 AM   #2
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Any suggestions on replacement/rebuild for the two aft and side entrance sliding doors for 34LRC ?
Are they not working with the lift/shuffle?
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They are splitting at the jointed area's,
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wish i had a solution for you

are/where they varnished/painted or just raw wood.
mine are well varnished and covered.. no problems at the moment - got me looking though
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Varnished, Alaska is Very Wet & Damp,, Ill send pictures soon, the front cabin doors dried out and the glue failed at the joints& , had them repaired, these are wet rotten
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I had a wooden sliding door on a previous boat that was starting to go bad. I made a whole new one out of 1” Starboard. Routed the area for the glass and set a piece of glass in a silicone gasket. Routed a groove in the bottom and put a strip of UHMW on the base of the area as a slide for the Starboard door to slide on. Worked great, no leaks and no maintenance.
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