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Old 01-13-2018, 12:45 PM   #1
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Default 2400 SCR cabin door

If anyone is looking for the material for their acrylic cabin door on their 2400SCR, I found pretty much an exact match!
I ordered a piece roughly the dimensions on my old door and had a shop cut and shape it. It looks almost identical! The color is the same.

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.375 thick Bronze #2370 extruded acrylic paper-masked sheet
SACRBZ2370.375EP
It was around $160 for the piece cut a little larger than the door dimensions.
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Old 01-13-2018, 02:18 PM   #2
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Thanks for sharing. Can you post some pictures of the old and new door?
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The boat and doors are in storage currently but I'll try and get a couple of pics this spring if your still watching.
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The boat and doors are in storage currently but I'll try and get a couple of pics this spring if your still watching.

Ill be hear.
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Mike,
I feel pretty old right now! I have the picture of my new cabin door on my desktop but can't figure out how to post the actual image here, in this window.
I uploaded it using a manager but still can't get it to post.
Do you know how to do it step by step?

Sorry it took me so long to reply but I'm moving..... still
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Mike,
I feel pretty old right now! I have the picture of my new cabin door on my desktop but can't figure out how to post the actual image here, in this window.
I uploaded it using a manager but still can't get it to post.
Do you know how to do it step by step?

Sorry it took me so long to reply but I'm moving..... still
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Shes can post the step by step. To be honest I have trouble myself. I click the paper clip then use the browse button to navigate to the picture. Select it the select upload. Then I have to close the window and if I select the paper clip again the picture is there to add.
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Mike,
I feel pretty old right now! I have the picture of my new cabin door on my desktop but can't figure out how to post the actual image here, in this window.
I uploaded it using a manager but still can't get it to post.
Do you know how to do it step by step?

Sorry it took me so long to reply but I'm moving..... still
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Quote my post or start a new post.
Go down to Manage Attachments and click on that. A new window will open. Click on Choose a file. New window open. That is your PC window. Find your picture and click on it. The last thing you have to do is click Upload.
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Shes can post the step by step. To be honest I have trouble myself. I click the paper clip then use the browse button to navigate to the picture. Select it the select upload. Then I have to close the window and if I select the paper clip again the picture is there to add.

Shes ? Ment shrew guess spell check got me.
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Here is the pic. I'm pretty pleased with the outcome! You can't tell if it's the original or new. Thanks for the help you guys.
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Looks good, is that the original cowl (curved fairing) over the sliding top hatch? Mine like most crack and is missing half of it.
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