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Subject: How are windows fitted on Seamaster 23


Author:
Mike Thompson
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Date Posted: 21:32:20 06/12/2007 Thu

I am trying to find out how the cabin aluminium window frames are secured in place on my Seamaster 23. On the outside there are screws along the bottom edges but none along the top. I am assuming that the upper ones must be inside under the wooden capping around the headlining (which is cloth on my boat). Can anyone confirm if this is so? If I remove the cappings to gain access will I lose the tension on the headlining?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: How are windows fitted on Seamaster 23Mike Thompson20:11:15 21/12/2007 Fri
Re: How are windows fitted on Seamaster 23Steve20:12:18 10/01/2008 Thu


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