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Old 02-03-2017, 08:22 PM   #1
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We have a year 2000 3300SCR (had it for 10 years), I am looking at adding a new cabinet door under the V berth (on some of the 1994 versions this is where the AC unit is, ours is under the steps). The room under the V berth is huge and a real pain to access as you have to lift up the V berth mattress to get at it.

Because it is going to be out in the open and right beside existing doors, I am trying to match the door as close as possible in regards to the vinyl cover, the plastic/rubber edge strip and the laminated plywood.

Does anyone know of where I can get these materials? I think I have a close enough match for the vinyl, but am looking for the edging and the material the door is made of.

Thanking you in advance

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Plywood: Home Dept, Lowes, lumber yard
formica: Home Dept, Lowes
marine vinyl: Defender, West Marine, misc. ship chandlery
piano hinge: Defender, West Marine, misc. ship chandlery
plastic catch: Defender, West Marine, misc. ship chandlery
ss screws: Defender, West Marine, misc. ship chandlery, Home Depot, Lowes, hardware store
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I just noticed you mentioned 'edging material'. I can't see that in the picture. Is there a plastic edging around the outside edge? If so, that is a T shape. There is a groove routered into the edge of the board. The vinyl is wrapped over it, and the edging is inserted into the groove to lock the vinyl in place.

I couldn't find that T shaped edging on Defender.com. You may need to look at Marine canvas supply places more. Or, wrap the vinyl around and staple it to the backside, then glue a piece of vinyl edging to cover it up. That is how they upholster the canvas on the seating out back in the cockpit.
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