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  • Anyone know where to get a switch panel like this?

    I like this switch panel holder but can't find one.

    Is it original Mako or after market?

    What would you call it?

    Thanks

    John


    1977 22\' Mako sold[br]1975 24\' Blackfin Fisherman sold[br]1973 19\' Mako sold[br]1974 19\' Mako sold[br]1987 Wellcraft 180 Fisherman Sold[br]1988 Rampage 24 Express (New Ride)[br]1977 17\' Mako Standard[br]1989 17\' Mako 171 Just added

  • #2
    That's original.

    Search ebay you may get lucky.

    Alternatively you can have something similar made for you.
    ROGUE I[br]1978 235 CC[br]Newburyport, MA[br]ROGUE II[br]1987 17\' Montauk[br]Camden, ME[br]

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    • #3
      Thanks Justin, first time I have seen one of these.
      1977 22\' Mako sold[br]1975 24\' Blackfin Fisherman sold[br]1973 19\' Mako sold[br]1974 19\' Mako sold[br]1987 Wellcraft 180 Fisherman Sold[br]1988 Rampage 24 Express (New Ride)[br]1977 17\' Mako Standard[br]1989 17\' Mako 171 Just added

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      • #4
        Marine Liquidators in Ft Pierce may have one
        20 Seacraft MA undergoing some work[br]

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        • #5
          that looks like a plastic fire extinguisher holder that's been modified with a switch panel inset.

          Check Flounder Pounder, Great Lakes Skipper, and Marine Liquidators.

          You could fabricate it if need be.

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          • #6
            Jorge and Shakes thanks for the names.

            Shakes, at first, I thought it was a fire extinguisher that was modified. If I can't find one for sale that is my next step.
            1977 22\' Mako sold[br]1975 24\' Blackfin Fisherman sold[br]1973 19\' Mako sold[br]1974 19\' Mako sold[br]1987 Wellcraft 180 Fisherman Sold[br]1988 Rampage 24 Express (New Ride)[br]1977 17\' Mako Standard[br]1989 17\' Mako 171 Just added

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            • #7
              there was a couple guys quite a few years back that used to make custom panels either flat or recessed that looked real nice on a couple refits guys did and shared on here. If it were me, and I were replacing that exact panel, i'd keep the same size, but prob make a few cuts to replace with a squared off replacement, but that's just me

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              • #8
                here is a offwhite one that matches the fiberglass color

                http://www.fpmarine.com/Paragon-Plas...uisherbone.htm

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                • #9
                  That may work Shakes, thanks
                  1977 22\' Mako sold[br]1975 24\' Blackfin Fisherman sold[br]1973 19\' Mako sold[br]1974 19\' Mako sold[br]1987 Wellcraft 180 Fisherman Sold[br]1988 Rampage 24 Express (New Ride)[br]1977 17\' Mako Standard[br]1989 17\' Mako 171 Just added

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                  • #10
                    For anyone designing a new panel:

                    - Recessed is great. Avoids inadvertent knee-strikes, and protects from corrosion.

                    - Nice to design in a "service loop" of excess length on all wires, so as to make the whole think removable for the eventual (trust me) trouble-shooting, modifications, and changes.

                    Good luck!
                    NYC & L.I. - 1974 \"Classic\" Mako 20\' - Suzuki 2006 DF150 - Fly & Light Tackle, C&R[br]My boat: http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=23444#159594[br]Personal website: http://www.georgemcauliffe.com/

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