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Old 08-19-2018, 10:04 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where to get replacement teak handrail?

I had the unfortunate accident of having an anchor drag across my stern/starboard teak railing on my 1995 Classic 42...it busted up the rail and bent 2 of the 3 stainless steel uprights on this corner section.

Does anyone have any ideas where I can get some replacements for these (teak rail and the uprights)? I don't need the gates or the gate hardware, but would really like to get authentic parts.

Any ideas out there?

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Old 08-19-2018, 11:01 PM   #2
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Welcome aboard. Unfortunate that it is under such circumstances. A competent welding shop should be able to replicate the bent stanchions particularly since you have one undamaged piece for appropriate dimensions. You may also have to look for a shipwright for the hand rail.
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Welcome aboard. Probably will have to have them custom made.
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It's a long shot but you might check with NW Explorations in Bellingham. I think that some of their charter boats have been converted from teak rails to stainless. Perhaps the original teak is in storage somewhere?
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Does anyone have any ideas where I can get some replacements for these (teak rail and the uprights)? I don't need the gates or the gate hardware, but would really like to get authentic parts.
Ronno,
I know of a 1970's 36' woody that is being parted out. The stantions are available and just may fit. PM me and I will pass along the contact info.
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Ronno, I have 2 complete handrail gates, including the hinges and the latch/tongues. These are the bronze alloy hardware. Some time ago I was looking for this hardware and it was impossible to find. Now I have 2 sets for sale. Let me know if you’re interested. Steve
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Ronno, I have 2 complete handrail gates, including the hinges and the latch/tongues. These are the bronze alloy hardware. Some time ago I was looking for this hardware and it was impossible to find. Now I have 2 sets for sale. Let me know if you’re interested. Steve
I am interested in one set if he does not need both.

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