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    We just got a 3888 that was in an accident and I am trying to put together an estimate for repairs. Where can I get the aluminum rub rail sections? I think it is the same as Bayliner put on the 39 and 45's, approx 12' sections.
    www.boatyardgm.com
    www.pacificyachtimports.net
    2002 Carver Voyager 57
    "Making Waves"
    3988 250 Hinos
    "The Dark Side"
    Alameda, California

    #2
    yes, we need some also since the P.O abused ours.. we need several pieces as well....

    sorry about your accident, hope your out enjoying soon

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      #3
      Taco metals, marine div.

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        #4
        I've already been that route, no luck. I don't think Taco originally produced the rub rail.
        www.boatyardgm.com
        www.pacificyachtimports.net
        2002 Carver Voyager 57
        "Making Waves"
        3988 250 Hinos
        "The Dark Side"
        Alameda, California

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          #5
          RinnyBeth wrote:
          yes, we need some also since the P.O abused ours.. we need several pieces as well....

          sorry about your accident, hope your out enjoying soon
          Not my boat, one we're repairing for the owner. I'll let you know if I find the source
          www.boatyardgm.com
          www.pacificyachtimports.net
          2002 Carver Voyager 57
          "Making Waves"
          3988 250 Hinos
          "The Dark Side"
          Alameda, California

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            #6
            the aluminium rub rail was used up untill the 99 model year when it was changed to the vinyl with the stainless insert...the part # i have for the aluminium is 1716347, rubrail, aluminium, t4, 12' d&c c/s 10952...

            unfortunately i think it was made for bayliner only,,,,,maybe try a bayliner dealer,,they probally have some in a warehouse in tennesee.
            84-38,,86-38,,89-45,,97-47,,99-47,,01-47,,05-540,, 04-411 meridian and 11 others,, all gone ,,now 04 -490 ,,sidney,,vancouver island.

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              #7
              I think these guys advertised rub rail a year or so ago. I don't know if they still have any in stock.

              http://www.marinepluggers.com/

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                #8
                I would call Bayliner customer Service from Arlington and I know they will help you 1-360-435-8957. Yhis is the number I Call when I have a question. They have some folks off of the Motoyacht line to help out in customer service. I have had all sorts of help from them even an unofficial way to replace the lining in the window frames.

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                  #9
                  If you do find the rub rail, and I think the "Wizard of Whiskey" has the correct place, don't forget to add about $100,000.00 for labor to remove the interior of the boat to get at the back of the bolts holding the rub rail on.

                  I remember him saying he was going to replace his. When he found out what was required, he sold the 38 and bought a Tiara instead:worth

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                    #10
                    Found it finally. The postage cost more than the 12' sections, good thing the owner is insured!

                    Did I mention how he crashed? Fell asleep and ran into a buoy.

                    Thanks for all the help guys
                    www.boatyardgm.com
                    www.pacificyachtimports.net
                    2002 Carver Voyager 57
                    "Making Waves"
                    3988 250 Hinos
                    "The Dark Side"
                    Alameda, California

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                      #11
                      neil,,do you think you could tell us where you found the rubrail ?
                      84-38,,86-38,,89-45,,97-47,,99-47,,01-47,,05-540,, 04-411 meridian and 11 others,, all gone ,,now 04 -490 ,,sidney,,vancouver island.

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