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Subject: Re: Window Sliders

phil (in the dark)
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Date Posted: 16:35:05 22/03/2008 Sat
In reply to: Paul W. 's message, "Re: Window Sliders" on 12:56:27 29/02/2008 Fri

>My advice on a previous thread was........
>"I would guess your frames are similar & same original
>supplier as those on my 8m. Check-out >target=_blank
. I ordered online, FWR148 for the
>channels and OWS783 for the sliding seal. They are not
>cheap but the perfect replacement. One word of
>warning, once out of the superstructure the window
>frames have to be split at the mitres which, for us,
>was a pig 'cos they were secured by rusted mild steel
>screws. This may account for our boat being the only
>Seamaster we have seen with non-rotten, U-shaped,
>channel rubbers."
>Good luck......
Hi i to are seeking advice on windows i have a seamaster not sure of the model after looking at the different ranges they do i think its a 25 Admiral its 25ft by 9ft6" i am having trouble with the sliding windows (they are original frames)in front cabin(bedroom) and kitchen mine has no rubber in them at all so not sure how the rubbers actually fit does any one have any diagrams that might be of help please

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