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weissguys
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Posted: May 17 2010 at 15:43 | IP Logged Quote weissguys

Anyone know where I can find a replacement for the simulated wood dash pieces that hold the gauges?  I called Doral and they said that for my boat (2000 300SC), the contractor that they used is no longer in business.  They gave me the name of another company and said they could custom make replacement parts but they are not cheap.  Mine are not broken but have sun damage, "wood" finish is peeling off, etc.  Thanks

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bannister
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Posted: May 17 2010 at 16:07 | IP Logged Quote bannister

Had the same problem when I bought my boat.
I had re-done at a local firm that specializes in things like that and the result is simply amazing. They are based outside Athens Greece.
I bet you will be able to find someone around your area that does the same thing.

Take a look at the link below to have an idea what you are looking for.

http://www.7764marine.com/



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bannister
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Posted: June 02 2010 at 14:22 | IP Logged Quote bannister

Did you solve your problem?
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weissguys
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Posted: June 07 2010 at 10:24 | IP Logged Quote weissguys

Not yet.  I did find a local company but it is very expensive and it is only cosmetic so will probably wait awhile.  Thanks for asking.
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DREAM BIG
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Posted: June 07 2010 at 11:07 | IP Logged Quote DREAM BIG

"Wood finish is peeling off...?"

Sounds like either it's VERY sun damaged (and blistered) wood or whatever they're using has ultimately 'failed' over time....?

If it is really ugly and distracting, how about simply a laminate or vinyl coating...like (believe it or not) a "MAC TAC?"  Simulated wood finish.

 



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bannister
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Posted: June 23 2010 at 17:38 | IP Logged Quote bannister

it actually is plastic with a laquer finish that simulates wood appearence.
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