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    Bayliner parts list and purchasing replacements?-gctid806483

    Hi,

    Newbie to the BOC and hopeful someone can point me to a resource for Bayliner original part numbers and recommendations for vendors that offer them. Surprised I wasn't able to find these in the index or FAQ after 15 mins of searching (user error no doubt).

    More specifically, looking for PNs for:

    Horn module

    Head floor drain bezel

    Flybridge Bimini frame

    For a 2004 Bayliner 288.

    THANK YOU!

    Matthew

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    So these things were usually contracted out by a supplier, which may or may not have part numbers for them.

    THe horn is relatively easy - yank it and see if there are part numbers/brands/etc on it.

    The Flybridge bimini was almost definitely custom. I would go to a local canvas shop for that.

    The head floor drain bezel...I got nothing. Grab it and look and see if there is a part number on that.
    Matt Train
    BOC Site Team
    Chicagoland, IL

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      #3
      "mtcaprio" post=806483 wrote:
      Hi,

      Newbie to the BOC and hopeful someone can point me to a resource for Bayliner original part numbers and recommendations for vendors that offer them. Surprised I wasn't able to find these in the index or FAQ after 15 mins of searching (user error no doubt).

      More specifically, looking for PNs for:

      Horn module

      Head floor drain bezel

      Flybridge Bimini frame

      For a 2004 Bayliner 288.

      THANK YOU!

      Matthew
      Welcome to BOC, Matthew. Please take a moment to fill out your profile so we can better assist you. Just click your name, then EDIT.
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        #4
        "Download_Complete" post=806531 wrote:
        The Flybridge bimini was almost definitely custom. I would go to a local canvas shop for that.
        If the bimini is the OEM factory unit Leta's Top Shop (http://letastopshop.com) may have a pattern for the frame as well as the canvas. If she has a pattern it should cost less than going with a local shop because there will not be any development work. I recommend that you call her, rather than using email. Also, have your boat's HIN handy when you call. She uses this to determine if she has the appropriate patterns.
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