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Old 04-04-2020, 04:51 PM
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Default ZR Salon Door Bumper w/ Screw - Source? Pics?

I took the cover off today to do a little detail work and noticed that my salon door bumpers had disappeared. I figured they dried out and fell off as only he tiny little screw was still sticking out.
Salon Door - the Opaque acrylic door to the compartment which says DONZI vertical on the ZR type boat. When the door closes it makes contact with 2-3 tiny little rubber bumpers that are fastened on the left side of the bulkhead. I was nursing it as I only two when I got the boat and was down to one - that appears to have lost the fight after 15yrs.

Can somebody post up a pic of the bumpers on their boat currently?
If anyone has replaced these - what did you use? (thinking cabinet drawer bumpers in clear or white??)
If directly sourced from Grainger, MSC etc....part number and description.

Would like to leave this as a future reference for owners as their parts need to be replaced.
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Old 04-06-2020, 11:06 AM
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This would be helpful...I am in a similar need. My bathroom door handle has the plastic piece that enters the door broken off.
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Old 04-23-2020, 08:52 AM
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Captn.....good to see you buddy! Hope you are doing well.
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Doing well. Hope you're gearing up for a great summer. Just hunting Donzi replacement parts to keep her 100%!
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Old 05-04-2020, 02:06 PM
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Always hunting parts - Thanks OCD!

I am hopeful to splash again soon. Boating is turned off in my area but we should get some good news soon and be able to run again. This whole "virus deal" will certainly make for an interesting season for sure. You keep you and yours safe. Ropes.
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Clear 3/8" bumpers from Amazon did the trick. They cover the screw hole nicely and the adhesive is holding solid even in heat under the cover.
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