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Re: hatch choice help [Re: Coastie] #17945
08/06/18 08:48 AM
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Thank you Dave! Were the hatches you ordered flanged or flat? Were they the same size 10 and 60 ocean hatches that I'm looking at purchasing? I just want to be sure. As you mentioned, this won't be terribly cheap. However, its cheaper than water getting in.

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Re: hatch choice help [Re: nathankt79] #17947
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These hatches were the flat arrangement. I think hte trick to them is to do the through bolting which is a lot of new stainless bolts. I alo used the semi permanent 5200 under the frames because I don't think there will be a next time on these hatches and for sure I don't ever want to mess with them again.


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Re: hatch choice help [Re: Coastie] #17951
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Thank you for the input!

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