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Old 12-04-2002, 02:02 AM
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I just bought a boat that is in need of new rub railing. Anyone know where It can be purchased by the foot.Will need about 60'(winter project time) Thanks ! Bob
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Old 12-04-2002, 06:02 AM
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On my website you'll find links for rub rails. I hope this helps... "PARTS & ACCESSORIES"
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try www.rubrails.com
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Tyco makes a lot of the rub rails for boat manufacturers.

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Try the boat manufacturer too. I was pleasantly surprised when I did. They had exactly the right stuff and cheaper than Boat US.
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Congrats on the boat...Taco Metals is the one you want. they make the plastic rails that most the mfrs use and they also do many types of aluminum and stainless rails as well. BoatUS and West Marine carry their products.
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Formula31,
Are you talking about getting rub rails from Formula??? I tried to get the original upolhstery for mine and they said they wouldn't sell it to me, but they did take my HIN and told me exactly what to have any shop of my choice order from them , numbers , color names , and how much of each. It's more than I needed but now I have enough to do the rest of the interior if and when necesary.
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