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TOPFROG

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Hey gang....Have a 90' pilothouse....The front hatch has one of the screw locks broken on the support rod (one broken off and lost, the other one is okay). Additionally, both front latches (that hold it closed) are missing whatever is supposed to be on the hatch to mate with the frame?
Any suggested "place" to find replacements? I don't even know what they're supposed to look like :oops:

Never have been successful at this, but I will try once again to attach photos.
 

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Well, thanks Dale.....My photo files are too big (not by much).....Can't load the software to downsize on my corporate computer (far away from home right now) so I'll wait until I get home and "take another whack at it".......Sorry everyone for asking for advice and giving no pertinent photos - hard to help a guy that can't help himself!
 

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My boat is in winter storage right now, so I can't get any photos, but yours looks different than the one installed on my 1996 model.

My hatch is a Bomar (made by Pompanette LLC), but I don't know what series mine is.

900 series hatch
http://www.pompanette.com/pompweb.nsf/7 ... enDocument

1000 series hatch
http://www.pompanette.com/pompweb.nsf/7 ... enDocument

Cast hatch parts can be found here:
http://www.pompanette.com/pompweb.nsf/7 ... enDocument

Extruded hatch parts can be found here:
http://www.pompanette.com/pompweb.nsf/7 ... enDocument

Molded hatch parts can be found here:
http://www.pompanette.com/pompweb.nsf/7 ... enDocument

If you have the molded portlights on the cabin sides, replacement parts for them can be found here:
http://www.pompanette.com/pompweb.nsf/7 ... enDocument

and here is the rest of the Bomar catalog:
http://www.pompanette.com/pompweb.nsf/a ... enDocument

It might be wise to call the factory and ask them where they sourced their hatches in 1990, and then take it from there. :wink:

Good luck!
 

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