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Old 05-23-2012, 12:35 PM   #1
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Anyone have to replace the forward or aft curtain tracks? Mine are so brittle that they cracked a piece off. I went to local byliner dealer and they said it would be impossible to track down who made this part for Maxum in 1999. Anyone have any similar experience?
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Old 05-23-2012, 01:03 PM   #2
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actually you could replace it with a metal (al.) one for about the same cost.....contact your local bayliner guys and they should be able to find the part...if not..let me know..I bought a second track for the shower and installed it ....couple of screws and it was in....


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funny,

i got my new one from http://www.dredgeharbor.com/ liek a month ago.

where $30 each, you need two for the front, and one for the rear.

your deals just dose not want to look it up.....
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Thanks guys. I will try to get my dealer to look into it. He brushed me off pretty quick.
Pascavone, did you order them online from dredge and have them shipped? If so, I think that would be the route to go.
I have the part number off the catalog and I will try to see if I can get one of them to look into it if I can't just order it from a parts dealer online.
If not, I will go SP's route. But that would mean chugging the attachments on the curtain also. Not a big deal as a last resort. I would like it to 'tuck away' like the current brackets do, rather than hang metal fittings off the curtain.
We shall see. Thank you guys.
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just call them, the parts guy is friendly. I got tired of my long island marina max, and just called Philly PA had paid the shipping of $8.

If the local guy dosen't want my cash, I'll find someone who dose.....

The part ship from the midwest reguardless.
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Pascavone, Could you let me know how you actually look the part numbers up for these rails and other items, everytime I go to the Maxum page and look up my model (02-3500 SCR) i get re-directed to bayliner.com and cant search a thing?

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i didn't look it up.....

i called the guy and said my curtain channel is snaped, i need a new one.

he ask, how many do you want, of the 36" strips.

they came in the mail in a tube..... may install them some day......
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Old 06-02-2012, 12:22 PM   #8
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ok, Ill call dredge. This bayliner guy is a pain in the @*$. Acts like it is a VERY obscure part. Thanks for the help.
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IS this for in interior cabin curtain? Or for an exterior isinglass curtain? Got a pic of what you're trying to replace?
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Shrew, it is the interior curtain rails for forward and aft berth.
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wel, i have 3 of them in a tube in my berth.... maybe be a few years before i get around to putting them on.

i'm wondering if your "charm" is not working on these parts guys....maybe the wife should call?
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I know this thread is a bit old but these discussions have been so helpful to me in finding stuff that I want to contribute for others to come. Bayliner no longer has this part in stock but some investigative work led me to find that the manufacturer is Recmar, and its the RECMAR, Curtain-Mate Track, 36", White. You can find it and order it here: 5400 CurtainMate Curtain Track | Recmar Products. or you can just order it on amazon like I did. This replaces Bayliner part number 1692250 (or old maxum number is101023). The end caps and carriers are also made by Recmar! Happy hunting.

PS. I have a 2001 Maxum 3500 SCR but i believe its the same for other models.
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