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Subject: Re: Seamaster 27 windows


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steve Hogwood (ok)
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Date Posted: 23:48:59 08/09/2010 Wed
In reply to: Aubrey 's message, "Seamaster 27 windows" on 22:34:00 03/09/2010 Fri

>Having recently purchased a Seamaster 27, we have
>noticed that the sliding windows in the galley/dinette
>area & forward cabin rattle/vibrate. What we would
>like to know is did the windows originally have
>flocked lined window rubbers in the top and bottom?
I dont know about the 27 but I am restoring a 23 with metal framed sliding windows and it had a woven material/cotton,I have replaced this old material with a proper nylon insert on three sides and this is a woven material,will send you a sample if required as I have a short piece left over.I had to take the whole window out to do it,and undo 4 small screws on the top rear corner to gently flex the top part of the frame to remove the sliding window (not a nice job) Steve

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