Splash Curtains

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carl
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Splash Curtains

Postby carl » Wed Aug 01, 2018 7:26 pm

All of my splash curtains both aft rail and fly bridge along with their metallic framework is headed to the dumpster. If anyone wants them you will need to act quickly. I do not want them and will not reinstall them. I'm going with the classic open rail look.
1990 Marinette 32' Sedan Fly Bridge "IKOI"
Twin Crusader 350's (Closed Loop Cooling)
Bow to Stern Full On Restoration in Progress
Chickamauga Lake, Tennessee
A boat is always safe at shore, but that's not what its built for...

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby hightension » Thu Aug 02, 2018 5:59 am

Wish you was closer to Louisville ky. I would like to have these on my m
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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby Fastjeff » Thu Aug 02, 2018 6:02 am

After I 'retired' mine, I found the wind didn't push the boat around so much--or maybe it was my imagination.... Lots of sail area back there with those things.

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby carl » Thu Aug 02, 2018 7:57 am

Come and get them before the dumpster eats them whole...
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1990 Marinette 32' Sedan Fly Bridge "IKOI"
Twin Crusader 350's (Closed Loop Cooling)
Bow to Stern Full On Restoration in Progress
Chickamauga Lake, Tennessee
A boat is always safe at shore, but that's not what its built for...

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby hightension » Thu Aug 02, 2018 2:45 pm

Wonder what the chances of it fitting a 1975 32ft fb
Rodney Hack
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1975 32' sedan flybridgehttp://www.marinetteboat.com/f ... signature#

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby Spudweasel » Sun Aug 05, 2018 3:36 pm

Carl, would be interested in coming and looking at these and meeting you. I have been following your work for a while now on here. I'm new to the Big M family and a first time poster so pardon me for lack of signature I will fix that shortly. We bought our '76 FB Sedan last year. My wife and I are at Harrison Bay and absolutely love our boat. However as with most of her age she needs a little bit of work. Jason.
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Jason
1976 32' FB sedan twin 318 closed cooling
"Minor Adventure"
Harrison Bay

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby bcassedy » Sun Aug 05, 2018 7:40 pm

Jason,
Would suggest removing your fone #. The website is open to the public and anyone can see and use your fone #..

... you did want to talk about new siding on your boat, right? :-D

Bill
Bill & Sharon Cassedy
"Sunset Seeker"
'88 32' Sedan Bridge
Located in Aurora, In.
Twin 318cu in Chrysler
1.5:1 Velvet drive trannies
Fresh water only

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby carl » Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:30 pm

Jason,
I made note of your number and I will call you. I agree with my friend Bill above, log back in and edit your post deleting your fone #. it doesn't need to be out there...Carl
1990 Marinette 32' Sedan Fly Bridge "IKOI"
Twin Crusader 350's (Closed Loop Cooling)
Bow to Stern Full On Restoration in Progress
Chickamauga Lake, Tennessee
A boat is always safe at shore, but that's not what its built for...

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby jralbert » Sun Aug 05, 2018 10:33 pm

Spudweasel wrote:Please feel free to call me or text 423-xxxxxxxx Jason.
Jason..as a followup, here's an easy way to communicate with another forum user when it's probably not a good idea to publicly share certain info: In the upper left hand corner of any post is the user's forum name. Click on the name and you'll get a box allowing you to send email or PM (private message) to that user. Hope that works for you
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former owner 1988 '32 FB Sedan
Chesapeake Bay
twin 318 / 240 hp
Potomac MD

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Re: Splash Curtains

Postby Spudweasel » Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:32 am

Ok guys yep good plan. Wasn't really thinking when I did that. :roll: As I stated I am new to the site so it'll take me a bit to figure the ins and outs of the site however that won't happen again.
Jason
1976 32' FB sedan twin 318 closed cooling
"Minor Adventure"
Harrison Bay