272Re: Superhatch problems
- Jul 3, 2010We replaced 3 of our hatches using http://www.selectplastics.com/ in CT. It is fairly expensive, but necessary. If you call them, they will have you remove your entire hatch, send it to them, and they will remove the lexan from the hatch, replace it and the caulking, and you can just pop it back on. It tooks 10 days, so you may want to save it for winter. It looks better and I am not concerned with falling through the deck now.
BTW, where do you sail out of - Fays? I also live in NH but sail out of Marblehead but used to sail J22s in Lake Winne.
--- In J28Sailors@yahoogroups.com, "J. Smith" <jason3317@...> wrote:
> Try Select Plastics;
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> From: "frankhoell" <francishoell@...>
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> Date: Sat, 03 Jul 2010 09:44:54
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> Subject: [J28Sailors] Superhatch problems
> I am a new member to this group but have had my J-28 since 1993. #52. The glass on both hatches is cracked and needs replacement. I also need to replace some of the parts for both hatches. Has anyone found a place who has the glass and parts. We live in NH and sail Renaissance on Lake Winnipesaukee. I have tried Lewmar with no success. Enjoy the weekend
> Frank Hoell
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