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  • WANTED:__ Teak wood hatch cover for 1981 Mako 20

    Hey folks. Great site you have here. I already learned a lot on here. I recently acquired a classic mako 1981 20 in amazing condition. It was missing one of the Teak wood hatch covers (there are two one in console near floor and one on bow where anchor goes). Wondering if anyone has any for sale or trade? The condition doesnt matter I will refurbish it. Thanks

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    Measurements are 12.25" x 20.25" for the Teak Panel Cover with slats that I am looking for. FYI. Thanks in advance. Or a lead on where I can order one of these?

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    • #3
      Measurements are 12.25" x 20.25" for the Teak Panel Cover with slats that I am looking for. FYI. Thanks in advance. Or a lead on where I can order one of these?

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      • #4
        Check Jim Campbell's on this site for any custom work you might require. He can make almost any piece you may need in teak or starboard.
        Keyman[br]Paoli, PA

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        • #5
          I don't know where you are located in FL, but this place has lots of old NOS Mako parts. Could be worth spending some time there.

          http://www.classicmako.com/*nnect/*nnection5.htm

          Good luck with your search,

          Aflyer
          1990 Mako 231[br]1989 Luhrs T320[br]1973 Egg Harbor 30\' Sedan Fisherman[br]1953 Chris Craft Rocket 17 (Dad\'s Boat)[br]

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          • #6
            I don't know where you are located in FL, but this place has lots of old NOS Mako parts. Could be worth spending some time there.

            http://www.classicmako.com/*nnect/*nnection5.htm

            Good luck with your search,

            Aflyer
            1990 Mako 231[br]1989 Luhrs T320[br]1973 Egg Harbor 30\' Sedan Fisherman[br]1953 Chris Craft Rocket 17 (Dad\'s Boat)[br]

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            • #7
              I've made many of those. Check out my website:

              www.louveredproductsunlimited.com

              Jim
              Jim C.[br]www.LouveredProductsUnlimited.com[br]23\' SeaCraft Sceptre[br]Looking for 17\' Mako project[br]Columbia, South Carolina

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              • #8
                Thanks everyone for your feedback!!! Teak is so darn pretty. I love it. New fancy boats that burn more gas starting their motors than I do all day do not understand the beauty of Teak wood. Cool thanks for your help all and jimmy I will check out your site.

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