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Need help: 1997 Trophy bow rail 27 Jan 2010 22:37 #1

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I am in the process of putting the bow rail back on my 1997 Trophy 1802 walkaround. The previous owner cut off all the bolt heads in the angle base plates and ground off the remainder flush to the deck... Yeah, idiot. :hammer Also, the tee's are all corroded and need replacing.
Where would I locate the 60 degree reciever plates and rail tee's for a reasonable price?
I found the part numbers on the Trophy website but cannot find a way to order them.
50107 60 DEG REC BASE NH
50108 60 DEG RAIL TEE R & L NH

I have found some generic tee's and reciever plates but the railing I have has threaded holes to accept a bolt from the outside of the tee and plate.

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Need help: 1997 Trophy bow rail 27 Jan 2010 22:43 #2

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If you're going to order OME stuff, just Google "Bayliner", Dealer search, and they should give you the name of the Dealers close to you. They should be able to get you anthing that you have a part # for. You would think that there'd be some aftermarket stuff around, but if you're going to use the original bow rails you may have to stay with OME

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Need help: 1997 Trophy bow rail 27 Jan 2010 22:48 #3

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18'workinprogress;411168 wrote: I am in the process of putting the bow rail back on my 1997 Trophy 1802 walkaround. The previous owner cut off all the bolt heads in the angle base plates and ground off the remainder flush to the deck... Yeah, idiot. :hammer Also, the tee's are all corroded and need replacing.
Where would I locate the 60 degree reciever plates and rail tee's for a reasonable price?
I found the part numbers on the Trophy website but cannot find a way to order them.
50107 60 DEG REC BASE NH
50108 60 DEG RAIL TEE R & L NH

I have found some generic tee's and reciever plates but the railing I have has threaded holes to accept a bolt from the outside of the tee and plate.


You probably have chrome plated zinc fittings, do not replace them with the same, they do not hold up.
Buy SS fittings, you only need to know the rail size and angle, and type-base-t ect. They cost more but usually have a set screw rather than a through bolt or threaded rail. Search the internet for best prices-check ebay.
You can slightly change the position of the bases or go from rectangle to round or reverse. Hope this helps.

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Pat says: DO-IT-RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!

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Need help: 1997 Trophy bow rail 28 Jan 2010 02:18 #4

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+1 ss is the only way to go.

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Need help: 1997 Trophy bow rail 28 Jan 2010 03:34 #5

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Bottoms Up Boat Repair;411169 wrote: Shoot me an email.


Is this the Fox Lake bottoms up? Would you be able to quote me for a transom door if I sent you some pics? :)

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Need help: 1997 Trophy bow rail 28 Jan 2010 23:24 #6

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For your information, here is the link to Marine Parts Depot.

http://www.marinepartdepot.com/newststdehi.html

Note: Just scroll down the page on this link for rail fittings

They carry a good supply for stainless rail fittings, similiar to (if not identical) to the one that are on my 2008 Trophy 1802. Fairly reasonable prices. I have heard good comments about them from others here on BOC.

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