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Old 04-15-2003, 11:42 PM
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I am interested in putting a new rubrail on the Scarab. The previous owner was not very nice to her. It currently has a white rail on it right now. Should I replace it with one like it or go with stainless?

Anyone know about how much it should cost per foot?

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Old 04-15-2003, 11:43 PM
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Sorry about the small pic. Someone feel free to play with it if you want.

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Check out any of the marine supply stores. I replaced mine on a 38 Scarab years ago. I found rub rail identicle to what was on the boat from the Lewis Marine Supply catalogue.
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I'm sure if you look around on the internet long enough you'll find a deal your happy with...but when i did my rub rail on the Scarab it was like $100 for 30' of white plastic rub rail...
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The plastic stuff works fine and is easy to work with. Cost is about $3/ft.
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Found this link in dusty foder.

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Sorry about the small pic. Someone feel free to play with it if you want.

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Hey Buck......Sounds like a personal problem that you need to talk to you wife about
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Just wanted to sincerely thank those of you who answered my question. I'll start looking.

Now, for the rest of the crackheads....all OSO pricing just went to full retail plus 50%.

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