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Subject: Re: Seamaster 27 windows

Dennis Taylor
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Date Posted: 12:19:52 08/09/2010 Wed
In reply to: Aubrey 's message, "Seamaster 27 windows" on 22:34:00 03/09/2010 Fri

As far as I know they should be lined top and bottom. Problem is they don't seem to last very long. Depending on where you are based you may find it possible to get them refurbished. I think the biggest problem is to make sure that the windows do not leek.
If you are Thames based then Reading Marine Windows might be worth a try.

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Re: Seamaster 27 windowssteve Hogwood (ok)23:48:59 08/09/2010 Wed

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