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Old 07-09-2013, 10:40 PM   #1
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Default Guage Panel Restoration or Replacement - Help Needed

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Please see pic below. The wood veneer clear coat is all chipped off. I am looking for info on how to refinish, or where to buy a new panel. Its a 2001 2900 SCR. Thanks!
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Old 07-10-2013, 01:30 AM   #2
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you know there are guys in the car hobby that wood grain car dash boards, as this panel is metal with wood looking paint.

i bet you could fine it in your area.
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There a few places that can make them for you but they are really pricey What I did was sand the areas that were bubbled up and go to a really good hobby store that sells model paint (Take a panel with you and they will match the colors) or if you have a good camers take a close up and take your time and it will look really good
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This place is in St Louis www.marinemarks.com

Check them out.......
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Try greatlakesskipper.com they have replacement original sets

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Old 07-10-2013, 03:32 PM   #6
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If you get the original part # from the parts manual (see Maxum Customer Care website) you can try contacting some of the old Maxum dealers. I just recently picked up an original dash panel from "The Boat Center Madison CT" a bayliner dealer. There was one left in stock. Otherwise, there are many places that will make woodgrain dash panels http://www.tecnografic.com/ is one
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