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Old 23 November 2012, 00:20   #1
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US Based Rubbing Strake Supplier needed

I am looking to replace my old rubbing strake.
Anyone know where I can source it in the US?
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Old 23 November 2012, 07:58   #2
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I have a lot of epdm rubstrakes in stock, if you don't like the profiles I have, I can point you in the right direction

What length and what width?
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Old 23 November 2012, 22:57   #3
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I need enough to do a 5.4 searider. I am guessing 40 ft.
As for profile and width:
D shaped
145mm (5.7 in)
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Old 27 November 2012, 16:10   #4
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rubstrakes

we have half of these in stock, some are samples
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one more

this is not EPDM
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engarom, I noticed that you ended up just using black hypalon instead of replacing the stock searider stuff. Any specific reason? Price?
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actually i used a black pvc strake on top of doubled black hypalon. after removing the original strake i wanted to re enforce the area. getting the pvc strake to stick to hypalon is a challenge. prep is key and you need the right glue. i chose the pvc cause i couldnt find enough hypalon/rubber/epdm in the states. i redid the entire boat
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getting the pvc strake to stick to hypalon is a challenge.
Use the correct glue on the correct material, i.e. hypalon glue on the hypalon, and pvc glue on the pvc, then stick the 2 different glues together. They'll bond to their substrates, and the differing glues will stick to each other quite well.

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Use the correct glue on the correct material, i.e. hypalon glue on the hypalon, and pvc glue on the pvc, then stick the 2 different glues together. They'll bond to their substrates, and the differing glues will stick to each other quite well.

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That's good to know!!!
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Thought it was pretty general knowledge...

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