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Screen for 245 Ciera 01 Dec 2007 00:07 #1

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Best $28 I spent on the boat! Local Ace Hardware cut the screen channel from a template he made out of the dimensions I gave him. He cut the corners out of clear lexan. The screen rubber holds everything together. Nice to be able to keep the critters out when we are on the hook.

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Screen for 245 Ciera 01 Dec 2007 04:42 #2

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do not see a pic.

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Kelly Greer
1986 2450
225 volvo 275 drive
Pickwick Dam Tennessee River

Screen for 245 Ciera 06 Dec 2007 06:42 #3

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Very Nice

That looks great … I think I’ll do the same for my 265.

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2004 265 (275) 5.0 L MPI Bravo III

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Screen for 245 Ciera 06 Dec 2007 08:31 #4

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Yes Very Nice

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Jim and Debbie McNeely
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Twin 5.7s with Bravo2 drives
Brighton, Michigan USA
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Screen for 245 Ciera 07 Dec 2007 04:07 #5

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The aluminum channel is 3/8" thick. It fits nice an snug in the channel where the bi-fold door goes into. The door itself holds the screen in place on the starboard side of the opening. When the top is closed, the screen never moves.

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Screen for 245 Ciera 07 Dec 2007 18:04 #6

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Very nice job.:)

My 2655 came with a screen trimmed in fabric that snapped to the cabin side of the opening with 4 snaps, one in each corner and velcro down both sides. Basically the same shape as your rigid screen. Wasn't as "bug proof" as it appears yours is, but it stored a lot easier too. Could fold/roll it up and stuff it away.

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Screen for 245 Ciera 07 Dec 2007 21:11 #7

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I would surely get some padded edges for this screen. It could cut your interior/exterior fabric by accident. Those corners look sharp in the photo.

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