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    2852 Ciera window felt weather strip

    There's quite a few feet of it on such a boat with two sliding windows on each side. Where can I buy new, it doesn't seem to have a "normal" square profile?
    2001-2003 Bayliner 2052
    2003-2005 Scarab Excel
    2005- Baja Outlaw 29'
    2016- Bayliner 2858 7.4L (1998)

    #2
    A picture would help.
    Slightly modified 2859 6.5 Diesel Bravo III X drive
    96 Dodge 5.9 5 speed Gear vender OD.

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      #3
      http://www.perfectfit.com/15594/1560...ed-Lining.html
      1995 2858 7.4 B2 (Present boat)
      1988 2655 460 KC
      1987 2150 5.0 Cobra
      Commercial/Ind HVAC/R Service Tech.

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        #4
        Thanks, are those linings that you know will fit? Or just a link to a webpage where I can find it? If you understand what I mean? :-)
        2001-2003 Bayliner 2052
        2003-2005 Scarab Excel
        2005- Baja Outlaw 29'
        2016- Bayliner 2858 7.4L (1998)

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          #5
          Did all mine last year in my 242. Had 2 styles of the "flocked channel"- a deep and a shallow one. Ordered about 100' total for upper and lower sliders. Pulled out a sample of each a couple of inches long, cut it off, took it to a good (owner thinks outside the box and deals with marine stuff) glass shop and over night they ordered it all in. About $300 for all of it and I knew it was right before I paid for it.
          Dave
          Nanaimo, BC

          2005 242
          5.7/Bravo II

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            #6
            Cut a bit out today, and here's a picture. I don't know if there are two versions as Big_Ben writes, so I may need to cut more out. This one is 1/2 inch wide, slightly less than 1/2 inch high. Note the thing on the side keeping it in place. I measured, I need almost 60 feet for my 4 sliding windows, so I'd like to buy it right the first time
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            2001-2003 Bayliner 2052
            2003-2005 Scarab Excel
            2005- Baja Outlaw 29'
            2016- Bayliner 2858 7.4L (1998)

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              #7
              Thats one of the 2 sizes my boat used. The other was deeper, about 5/8". Your boat may only have 1 size. Probe along with a flat screwdriver something to see if you have 2 or just one size. They are different enough to be fairly obvious. Biggest thing is to cut nice drain holes in the bottom sections so the water drains. My old ones had hacked out drain sections that looked like a 5 year old did at the factory. I cut nice 1/4" wide by 1" to 1-1/2" at each of my window frame drain holes as well as one in between to get that water out and not let it sit on my new seals. Good luck
              Dave
              Nanaimo, BC

              2005 242
              5.7/Bravo II

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                #8
                Originally posted by No_Quarter View Post

                Thanks, are those linings that you know will fit? Or just a link to a webpage where I can find it? If you understand what I mean? :-)
                That is the original used by Bayliner. I got the link from the Bayliner website. You will need to measure the tracks that yours go in to order the correct size thats what I did and it worked out well.
                1995 2858 7.4 B2 (Present boat)
                1988 2655 460 KC
                1987 2150 5.0 Cobra
                Commercial/Ind HVAC/R Service Tech.

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                  #9
                  http://www.baylinercustomercare.com/catalogs_index.html
                  1995 2858 7.4 B2 (Present boat)
                  1988 2655 460 KC
                  1987 2150 5.0 Cobra
                  Commercial/Ind HVAC/R Service Tech.

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                  • Yendrabuilt
                    Yendrabuilt commented
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                    Another place for weather stripping by size and type is Elder Rubber, check out their website.

                  #10
                  Do you know whether you need to make slots or holes in the flocked channel? This is intended to allow rainwater to dribble through the flock channel along its length and get to the runaway-channel formed in the window frame below the flocked-channel.

                  The water has to get down to the external drain slots that you will see in the window frame. My 2452 has 3 slots. My understanding, gleaned from working on this on my old 2452, is that slots need cutting in the flocked-channel or else water from heavy rain runs along inside the uncut flocked-channel and spills inside the cabin (usually at the front). I get this a little even with new flocked-channel and slots cut in it. Without the slots, water just pours in when it is raining or when a hose is played on the glass.

                  Please post back with your experiences. I am really struggling to get my old 2452 completely dry. It sits on its mooring all year round.
                  Terry (Retired Diving Instructor and Part Time IT Consultant)
                  1998 Bayliner 2452. 5.7l V8 - Edelbrock 1409 4bbl - Alpha1Gen2 - Solent UK.
                  MMSI 235061726

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