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    Where to order Bayliner parts?-gctid381217

    Hi everyone!

    This is my first post at Bayliner owners club. I Live in Norway and I am wondering where can i order Bayliner parts? I have a 245 2006 model and one of my speakers in the cockpit is broken. Does anyone know about a dealer who will send parts to Europa? I want to order 1750152 SPEAKER, 6" WHITE.

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    norwegian245 wrote:
    Hi everyone!

    This is my first post at Bayliner owners club. I Live in Norway and I am wondering where can i order Bayliner parts? I have a 245 2006 model and one of my speakers in the cockpit is broken. Does anyone know about a dealer who will send parts to Europa? I want to order 1750152 SPEAKER, 6" WHITE.
    I'm not sure about which dealers would ship, but you're far better off purchasing a new pair of marine speakers locally than having some shipped. Fusion has good sound quality for a good price. For the money you'll pay for a "Bayliner" speaker shipped overseas, you could probably get a nice pair of JL's

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      #3
      ishiboo wrote:
      I'm not sure about which dealers would ship, but you're far better off purchasing a new pair of marine speakers locally than having some shipped. Fusion has good sound quality for a good price. For the money you'll pay for a "Bayliner" speaker shipped overseas, you could probably get a nice pair of JL's
      I have the same question. I live in Sweden and also looking for Bayliner parts, i have a 285 -07.

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        #4
        Don't bother with bayliner specific speaker parts, just go to your local car audio or retail store and pick up some nice car speakers. The materials used today in most major brand speakers last, if not longer than marine grade built speakers. I've been using car speakers for years now and the cone material lasts longer than marine grade speaker material, from what I've seen. Save your self from shipping headaches! Cheers!

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          JWebber wrote:
          Don't bother with bayliner specific speaker parts, just go to your local car audio or retail store and pick up some nice car speakers. The materials used today in most major brand speakers last, if not longer than marine grade built speakers. I've been using car speakers for years now and the cone material lasts longer than marine grade speaker material, from what I've seen. Save your self from shipping headaches! Cheers!
          Thanks for all answers. Maybe speakers I can find locally, but still some parts are genuine for Bayliner, Like 1701586 LATCH, DOOR W/STRIKER.

          Where can i order original Bayliner parts? Hopefully they will send over seas if I pay in advance?

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            #6
            Somebody posted this link to an online merchant a while back:

            http://www.dredgeharbor.com/shopcont...e=FactoryParts

            You can type in part numbers in the search box, which should bring up a price and description. I haven't bought from them personally and I don't know if they ship to Norway. Let me know if you come to a dead end and I can help get your parts. I have shipped Bayliner parts to Norway before.

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              norwegian245 wrote:
              Thanks for all answers. Maybe speakers I can find locally, but still some parts are genuine for Bayliner, Like 1701586 LATCH, DOOR W/STRIKER.

              Where can i order original Bayliner parts? Hopefully they will send over seas if I pay in advance?
              I don't mean to avoid your question as I don't have an answer. If nobody answers for you, you might just want to call Bayliner customer service in the US and ask them if they could put you in touch with a dealer or dealers who would ship. But I would only order Bayliner-specific parts from a dealer.

              Bayliner doesn't make small parts like that, they're all sourced and most of them are common parts. There are a couple OEMs which make a ton of these parts, so you can usually figure them out and be able to get them anywhere. For example, that "Bayliner" latch 1701586 is a http://"http://www.southco.com/produ... MP-02-103-515. Southco and Perko are very common for door hardware.

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                Kåre L wrote:
                Somebody posted this link to an online merchant a while back:

                http://www.dredgeharbor.com/shopcont...e=FactoryParts

                You can type in part numbers in the search box, which should bring up a price and description. I haven't bought from them personally and I don't know if they ship to Norway. Let me know if you come to a dead end and I can help get your parts. I have shipped Bayliner parts to Norway before.
                Thanks kåre L, I will try this online dealer. If they don't ship to Norway maybe I can send you and e-mail for help?

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                  #9
                  norwegian245 wrote:
                  Thanks kåre L, I will try this online dealer. If they don't ship to Norway maybe I can send you and e-mail for help?
                  Sure, be glad to help.

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                    #10
                    Given the demise of Windemere Aquatic's part department a few years ago, there's a new parts-only supplier on the block in the UK... try Westworldmarine.co.uk. Might be easier to ship through there than directly from the US. They seem to charge ridiculous amounts for shipping from the US at times, considering that they should be pooling orders together on a monthly basis, etc.

                    I've mostly done what others have said - look at the part, find out who makes it, and get it cheaper locally. In some cases, a £600 part (including shipping) can be had locally for £120. Worst case, for me, was paying something like £100 to ship a £40 microwave.

                    FWIW, I just happened to remove my front speaker last weeked and form memory it was a marine speaker 4 Ohm made by Aquatronic. I expect it to be the same as the one in the radar arch.

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