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Old 06-23-2013, 10:58 PM   #1
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Bump Rail question

Im working on replacing the Bump Rail and part of the splash rail on my 73 Bristol,
seems pretty straight foward, it directly attaches to the fiberglass hull. The old one was rotted at a few places , My question is, is there a source for these? or is this something I have to manufacture. I know I wont find the exact one, but maybe a replacement is avail,
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Old 06-23-2013, 11:59 PM   #2
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If you can use vinyl or aluminum, these two companies produce a lot of different
rubrail and spray rails.

Taco Metals Marine Products

Rubrail, Dock Bumpers, Marine Rub Rail, Marine Rubrail Equipment, PVC Extrusions and PVC Profiles and Rub Rail from Barbour Corporation
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thanks Hop
I already checked into that company, they mostly sell the commercial type , aluminum and such, much to small for my application. Mine is rather large and made of wood, which I want to keep. I wouldnt be opposed to a large rubber type , like a tug etc, which I think would be in line with the look of my boat.
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Duramax DB -50 is 2 1/8 wide and about 2 inches high 1.3 lbs per foot.

Black grey or white..

We installed a bigger version as rub rail , and it shoes zero wear after a loop run.
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