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Old 05-17-2018, 07:39 PM   #1
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Default Sea foam cabin door

I saw a post about my cabin door I built out of starboard in the color seasfoam. Perfect march to maxum cream fiberglass
someone asked for a pic. Finally got. It's in water so here it is.
Hope it helps.
Great product. Cuts and routers similar to wood. Do have to pre drill pilot for screws though.
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Looks great!!!! I agree that working with starboard is way easier than working with acrylic. Starboard cuts on a table saw, miter and router like butter. I clean the edges up with a razor blade. Drilling is a little weird at first but works fine. It even sands OK.
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Old 05-18-2018, 01:32 AM   #3
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Baby Blue.
That looks great.
Did the original door have the top part pivit at the front right corner? (The corner closest to you standing outside of the door.)
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When I bought the boat the original door was already replaced with a stained Baltic birch ply. It was starting to blister and time to replace when we bought it so I never saw what the original looked like.
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Thanks I was just wondering if it was originally like the 1995 2400scr.
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Very nice job.
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I think the original door is a white acrylic and the hatch was a transparent tinted plexiglass.
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