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Old 10-15-2019, 02:54 PM   #1
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Porthole/Portlight parts

Does anyone know exactly what these parts are called and perhaps where to find them? They are from the portholes on my Marine Trader for keeping the ports closed. Thanks
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I sure don't know where to get them but they sure look easy to make. You could use 3/8 aluminum or a bakelite or heavy plastic sheet material. Use the one in your finger as a pattern and go from there. Other than that, perhaps a marine salvage store but you would probably be faster just making them
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Those are dogs, to dog the hatch or latch it closed.
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The same thing is used on camera tripods etc. They are called Ratchet Wingnuts. Try googling that.
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Is this one close?
https://www.waterlinesystems.com/new...ght-knobs-dogs
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You might also try Lee Valley TOols or also known as Veritas. They offer knobs and such that may be suitable. In the Hardware catalogue
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You might also try Lee Valley TOols or also known as Veritas. They offer knobs and such that may be suitable. In the Hardware catalogue
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Thanks everyone for the feedback. Might have to just find comparable stainless bolts.
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