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Old 25 March 2006, 07:39   #1
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I Need a locking hatch with a smooth door to fit a 300mm*200mm opening
does enyone no of eny, plenty of non slip ones cant find a smoooth one
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Old 25 March 2006, 08:32   #2
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Old 25 March 2006, 09:17   #3
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Give Me A Bit Moor To Go On Google Not Playing Ball
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Old 25 March 2006, 09:32   #4
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Found Them I Will Give Them A Ring On Monday Thanks A Lot
Eny Moor ?
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Old 27 March 2006, 04:33   #5
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Still Looking For Access Hatch 200*300 Locking I Would Prefer A
Smooth Finish , Somebody Must Make Them ?

Phoned Vittesse Could Not Help So Still Looking
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Old 27 March 2006, 17:50   #6
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Not smooth but a start.....

Edit: just re-read your first post about there being loads of non slip ones. I think it will be very hard to find a smooth one of this size; the only readily avalible option for smooth is a see-through one like the ones you get on yachts. These tend to be bigger though as they often double as escape hatches.
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Old 28 March 2006, 01:04   #7
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have you tried lewmar?
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Old 28 March 2006, 14:07   #8
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Thanks for the feedback Tim already no about Mailspeed still looking for somthing that wont take the skin off my knees

Also looked at Lewmar Jon thay only do clear ones and i want to keep
valuables behind it
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Paint it.
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Old 28 March 2006, 15:41   #10
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I would stick to worrying sheep if thats the best you can come up with
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Old 28 March 2006, 15:47   #11
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Is there a reason you can't rub down and paint a clear hatch?
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Old 28 March 2006, 15:59   #12
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Cost to start with clear hatches are around £150 compared to £30 or so
and i cant stand bodgeing secondly
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Old 28 March 2006, 16:05   #13
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It's not bodging if it's done properly-but fair comment about the price.
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Old 28 March 2006, 16:12   #14
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I am not going to win this one am i
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no whats it worth?
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Get a rough one and sand it!

Get a rough one and take a belt sander to it.. Take your time, then smooth sand it and fill the "ouches" with bondo, and paint it.
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Kneeling on a non slip one isnt that painful as long as you don't have rugby players knees!

Where is it going on the boat?
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Old 29 March 2006, 12:56   #18
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Thats a thought Jimmy whats bondo when its at home

As for kneeling on it Tim its for a door on my consoleat knee hight below the
steering wheel,as for my knees yes thay are buggerd
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Thats a thought Jimmy whats bondo when its at home

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Bodge Job then yuk
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