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Old 12-30-2020, 09:59 PM   #1
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I should replace this piece of plastic that covers the access door to the cabin, can these spare parts still be found for the Maxum? Has anyone had to change them? Thanks ...
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Old 12-31-2020, 02:37 AM   #2
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Mine was half missing when I bought the boat so I just removed the remainder.
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Can you send me a photo??I prefere replace..if it is possible..thank's...happy new year from Italy...
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Can you send me a photo??I prefere replace..if it is possible..thank's...happy new year from Italy...
My boat is shrink wrapped for the winter so I can’t get a picture. The coaming is not available anywhere unless you want to see if someone can make a replacement. It doesn’t provide a water tight seal so not much of a loss removing it.

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You might need to fabricate it with some starboard.
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Excuse me,but I do not understand STARBOARD ...can you explain me?..Thank's
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Old 01-01-2021, 12:00 AM   #7
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Itís a plastic material, see link.

https://www.kingplastic.com/products/king-starboard/
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Exclamation Maxum curved door track

I could use one my self and im sure a lot of us need one by now let me know if you figure this out

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Itís a plastic material, see link.

https://www.kingplastic.com/products/king-starboard/
You can work it like a piece of plywood using standard wood working tools. I've ripped it on a table saw, cut it with a jig saw, and routered radius' on it. It's incredibly easy to work with.
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Thanks..but I'm not very good at doing these jobs ... but I have a friend who could do it !! thanks for the idea ..Armido
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Thanks..but I'm not very good at doing these jobs ... but I have a friend who could do it !! thanks for the idea ..Armido
Any and all problems can be solved with the same two tools (A Phone and a Wallet).
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Now I have to replace this spare part from a few euros ... but big expense for processing ... it broke and oil comes out ...
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Now I have to replace this spare part from a few euros ... but big expense for processing ... it broke and oil comes out ...
Thatís a common failure item.
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Work in progress ,also with big COVID problems in Italy,but now I am free ..also my frend!!!We say in Italy...have gold hands!!!
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Ready to assemble...
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in the end I also replaced the tank with a new steel one, and the boat sailed very well .. on the Greek sea for 40 days. Now it rests in Greece until next year ...
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Coverage at Nidri Greece
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Are parts still available and from where?

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If you ask me for the steel tank, a company in Ravenna produces it, and they make it tailormade, I think they ship all over the world.They have been on the market for 50 years, very professional.If interested, I will send you the address and name of the factory.By Armido.
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