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Old 08-11-2018, 02:25 PM
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So I am wanting to replace the rub rail on our new/old Formula. Looking for one similar to what is on our Checkmate. Can any of you help identify the rub rail or point me in the right direction ? I is a one piece,
solid plastic/vinyl type rail . Thanks
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Old 08-12-2018, 12:46 AM
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Pretty much every boat uses TACO Marine rubrails
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Old 08-12-2018, 01:55 PM
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That's integrity marine, also known as balbour marine.

Call Mark
https://www.integritymarinecorp.com

Pretty sure it's R1165
https://www.integritymarinecorp.com/rigid-solid-rubrails
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Good info, thanks
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Taco part number V21-3670WHA20D
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Rubrails.com
Much deeper selection than Taco who didn't have mine.

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The Rubrails.com guy has been around forever and can get anything still made. Great guy. I used him 20 years ago and my job came out as good or better than factory! 3 or 4 years ago, I used him again for a different boat and he got me some thin stainless insert rail for a cat that looks way better than the original
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The Rubrails.com guy has been around forever and can get anything still made. Great guy. I used him 20 years ago and my job came out as good or better than factory! 3 or 4 years ago, I used him again for a different boat and he got me some thin stainless insert rail for a cat that looks way better than the original
Yep Alan even delivered to me when at a slip nearby for no additional cost. Unheard of these days especially in Florida.

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TACO marine. Call them with the measurements and what you want. They are really nice guys and have always helped me.

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