Chrome rub rail

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Georg Weinstabl
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Chrome rub rail

Post by Georg Weinstabl » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:21 pm

Finding the same or equivalent profile has not been possible here. A rubber hose would have been possible but at that time I already made up my mind for the wooden deck. So we filled the channel with strong oak wood and screwed and glued mahagony wood on it. (Picture should be known to you from ''rounded top w...''

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Oak channel rail
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Mahagony glued and screwed...

On the next picture we see the stainless steel rub rail attached.
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Chrome rail screwed on...
Georg
Motorboat ''Flying Carpet''
Istanbul

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Re: Chrome rub rail

Post by pitts12driver » Mon Nov 29, 2010 7:43 pm

Georg -

I just had an extrusion die made in China. They have extruded four sample pieces of rubber channel - 25 meters long. It should ship to me in the next 3 weeks. Assuming it fits, I will post pictures. It will be very inexpensive to produce a lot of rub rail.

Adam

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Georg Weinstabl
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Re: Chrome rub rail

Post by Georg Weinstabl » Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:39 pm

Sorry that was too late for me. I switched my design to wood and can not go back easily.
Georg
Motorboat ''Flying Carpet''
Istanbul

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