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    OEM Deck cleats

    Getting ready to refurbish the teak in the cockpit of my 3870. The 12” cleats are in need of replacement. The hole pattern is 5” x 2”. I believe these to be the original. I was wondering if anyone had a source for the OEM cleats? Thank you.

    #2
    I removed mine and had them rechromed- they look better then new and cost was $75 per cleat. Of course now all my other cleats pale in comparison, but these are the cleats I see the most.
    Gibraltar, Mi.
    1986- 3870- Hino 175's
    1988 26' Shamrock/ Diesel
    14' Zodiac Bay Runner

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      #3
      Check ABI marine hardware, SEA DOG marine hardware, PERKO marine hardware. As stated above I too had mine replated. Be sure to check hole pattern.
      Brad & Sharon
      Lady Jake
      1985 4550 EH 700TI /Twin Disc 502
      Anacortes/La Conner, Wa.

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        #4
        Direct replacement from Perko:

        Direct replacement of forward and cockpit cleats:



        PERKO

        Open Base Cleat - 0572, 12"

        SKU: 47828

        Item ID: PKO 0572012CHR

        They are not cheap!
        Sean
        Current: 1990 4588 Crimson Pride
        Past: 1987 3870 Crimson Pride II
        Past Commodore Mukilteo Yacht Club
        MMSI: 367591640

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          #5
          Sorry to dig up an old thread. I need 2 replacement 12 inch deck cleats for my recently acquired 3870.

          The Perko ones above are $370US each and are a special order only.

          I’ve found some that are close, and importantly in-stock but they are not a direct replacement.

          Do you think I’d have any problems using these?
          First big boat
          3870 1986 Twin 175hp Hino
          West Indies

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            #6
            If the mounting holes are the same dimension no problem. If they are not you will be looking at fiberglass work. Are the original cleats missing or just in bad shape?
            Gibraltar, Mi.
            1986- 3870- Hino 175's
            1988 26' Shamrock/ Diesel
            14' Zodiac Bay Runner

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              #7
              They were badly corroded and broken off. I’m not afraid of a little fibreglass work, I was more concerned about getting a good fix if the new screw holes are too close to, but not the same as the old ones.
              First big boat
              3870 1986 Twin 175hp Hino
              West Indies

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