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  • New 1990 211 Owner

    Just closed on a 1990 Mako 211 with Evinrude 200. Boat is clean as a whistle with a nice T-Top. Plan to use it to replace my elderly Boston Whaler in Chatham out on Cape Cod. Hope to post pics in the not too distant future.

    I do have two relatively mundane questions: First, the boat doesn't seem to have a fire extinguisher on it. Where is the preferred location to mount one on these boats. Second, one of the teak steps on the gunnel is missing. Is there a decent source for replacement Mako wood parts out there?

    Thanks everyone!
    1990 Mako 211 200 Evinrude[br]1976 O\'Day Mariner[br]USCG Licensed 50 ton Master with Near Coastal Route. Homeport, Chatham, Mass.

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    Welcome to the family and CM! Fire extinguisher's can be mounted anywhere as long as you can get to them when needed. Common places are behind doors of a console so it's in the console and out of the elements.

    Check ebay for teak step pads or put a WTB post in the classifieds here. You might get lucky and find someone who has taken theirs off to replace with starboard.
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    Originally posted by Jaspell


    Just closed on a 1990 Mako 211 with Evinrude 200. Boat is clean as a whistle with a nice T-Top. Plan to use it to replace my elderly Boston Whaler in Chatham out on Cape Cod. Hope to post pics in the not too distant future.


    I do have two relatively mundane questions: First, the boat doesn't seem to have a fire extinguisher on it. Where is the preferred location to mount one on these boats. Second, one of the teak steps on the gunnel is missing. Is there a decent source for replacement Mako wood parts out there?

    Thanks everyone!


    1978 Mako 25 - Blind Hog
    1985 Mako 20c - sold
    Fort Walton Beach, FL
    http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=42841

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