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    Default rubber molding

    I have a 82 nordic tunnel that is in very good condition with the exception of the black rubber molding that goes into the metal trim that runs around the boat. I cannot find any -probably as I am not sure what it is "officially" called. It is about 1/4 inch wide. I would upload some photos of the boat, but not sure how-I will work on that. ANy suggestions would be appreciated. Real hard to find stuff in SW Oklahoma

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    Years ago, I bought mine at Rex Marine. 909-592-1000
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    cant find it on their website. Is it molding , trim or what? I call it trim, but that is probably not right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick S View Post
    cant find it on their website. Is it molding , trim or what? I call it trim, but that is probably not right.
    Their site is lacking, I'd call. They are great on the phone.
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    Rubrail

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    yea its called rubrail, and you can go to www.go2marine.com or www.tacomarine.com try that..
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    Quote Originally Posted by harley222 View Post
    yea its called rubrail, and you can go to www.go2marine.com or www.tacomarine.com try that..

    Rubrail-thanks!

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    Default Rubber molding....

    A company called "C.W. Lawrence" makes the molding, or at least they did, for automotive doors, trunks, seams, as well as sliding glass doors, windows, aircraft, etc etc. Their catalog is based on a "cross section" (end view) and I've never needed anything they didn't have.........Ray
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