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1983 Ciera Parts 05 Feb 2010 20:08 #1

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Hey everyone Iam looking for someplace that I can get some parts for my boat. Called my local dealer and says the book only goes back to 94 and he didnt seem like he wanted to help do anything else. Iam looking for window seals and a sewer valve to switch to the tank. Thanks

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1983 Ciera Parts 05 Feb 2010 20:25 #2

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ciera;415210 wrote: Hey everyone Iam looking for someplace that I can get some parts for my boat. Called my local dealer and says the book only goes back to 94 and he didnt seem like he wanted to help do anything else. Iam looking for window seals and a sewer valve to switch to the tank. Thanks


Those were probably supplied by a supplier. You can probably replace them with generic marine parts.

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1983 Ciera Parts 05 Feb 2010 21:36 #3

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what kinda window seals? I found after much looking some 3m double sided tape pretty much the same as original for my front glass windows (the windows on either side of the front hatch) on my 2750.

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bwmarine;415249 wrote: what kinda window seals? I found after much looking some 3m double sided tape pretty much the same as original for my front glass windows (the windows on either side of the front hatch) on my 2750.


I'm thinking he meant hatch seals, if so you will need to know the hatch manufacturer and then contact them. If the frames are metal, I'd guess they were Bomar's. If they are plastic, I'd guess Jim Black :)

The 3M people use now is 3M VHB... it's used by fire truck manufacturers for bonding fire truck panels to the frame instead of welding, strong stuff. I have some I purchased from McMaster, but I've also had good luck with Scotch brand "outdoor", it has a red plastic film on it. Another option would be to use a liquid/gel adhesive like 4200.

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1983 Ciera Parts 06 Feb 2010 00:04 #5

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ishiboo;415256 wrote: The 3M people use now is 3M VHB...


yep that is the stuff .060 x 3/4 for the windows... lol they dont give that stuff away. 30ft for about 50 bucks. Took me a while to find someone to sell it per roll... lol most want to sell ya by the case "only" at 1000.00 to 1500.00... yikes!!!!

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1983 Ciera Parts 06 Feb 2010 03:22 #6

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ciera;415210 wrote: Hey everyone Iam looking for someplace that I can get some parts for my boat. Called my local dealer and says the book only goes back to 94 and he didnt seem like he wanted to help do anything else. Iam looking for window seals and a sewer valve to switch to the tank. Thanks


If you are meaning any thing like felt or rubber i would look on jcwhitney web site they had mine for 89 trophy just got to measure and make sure it is the same , http://www.jcwhitney.com/

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1983 Ciera Parts 06 Feb 2010 06:37 #7

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Iam looking for my sliding cabin windows. All the seals are shot.

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1983 Ciera Parts 06 Feb 2010 14:13 #8

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ciera;415491 wrote: Iam looking for my sliding cabin windows. All the seals are shot.


Try: www.wolfsmarine.com They have alot of late model parts.

It may be a situation where you need to get creative. If you can get a part number you could call a Bay Dealer and see if they could do a search. I did that, but the part was no where to be found.

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1983 Ciera Parts 06 Feb 2010 14:42 #9

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ciera;415491 wrote: Iam looking for my sliding cabin windows. All the seals are shot.

You may find that this channel was common for quite a few models. I replaced my older 2850 channels and purchased the material from;
Humke Ken R Company
2211 Northwest Nicolai Street
Portland, or 97210-1808
Phone: (503) 222-9741


Or........... http://www.google.com/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=1R2GGLL_en&q=marine+window+channel&aq=0&aqi=g1&oq=marine+window+ch

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