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Old 01-15-2017, 08:27 PM   #1
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Port holes (portals)

How are port holes measured?
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with a tape measure?:-)
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How are port holes measured?
Seems to be the glass diameter and cut out which are about the same. The overall frame diameter is quite a bit larger.

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Three dimensions: glass size, frame size and depth of spigot

Measure Sizes

These are great portholes, but their flyscreen design is poor. Retrofit DIY screens instead of using their difficult to fit and corrosion-inducing ones.
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Thank You Brian. Great info.
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Anyone notice they use the more proper portlight instead of porthole? Little known minutiae I think.
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