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I'm placing the order for the rubrail of my XK19

November 28 2017 at 11:10 AM

Marco  (Login Mardam)

Can someone confirm part number?
I think it's A50-0199
http://tacomarine.com/product/A50-0199/1-1-4in-x-1-4in-Aluminum-Rub-Rail

But I'm unsure because previous owner installed an ugly plastic one and I've seen the original in pictures only...

Thanks in advance and have a nice day,

Marco

 
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Mike W
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Correct rub rail.

November 28 2017, 12:57 PM 

That’s not it. The original is below and uses #6 screws. The original was pop rivited but other than that it is the same and same manufacturer. It is easy to work with but soft. Almost all the trim is Taco. Some have gone to stainless like you show but the j channel wraps under deck edge and helps hide the seam. I can’t remember if it’s three or four 12’ sections. I told Chad what to get. I’ll ask him to chime in or I can confirm over the weekend when I get to the boat. Big freight costs so order anything you need at one time.
http://tacomarine.com/product/A11-0152/1in-x-7-16in-Aluminum-Rub-Rail.

 
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Chad
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TACO Part# A11-0152

November 28 2017, 11:26 PM 

http://tacomarine.com/product/A11-0152/1in-x-7-16in-Aluminum-Rub-Rail

4 Pieces (12'): One wraps around the bow, One around the transom, One piece on each side.

 
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Hakan
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Re: TACO Part# A11-0152

November 29 2017, 3:36 AM 

Parton me for my lack of knowledge here but shouldn't the original rub rail have a rubber or plastic insert, or are we talking about different things here....?
What I think is our original rub rail looks like this:

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Best regards,
Hakan in Sweden

 
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Marco
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Hello Mike, are seat trim and dash trim also from Taco?

November 29 2017, 10:41 AM 

Have a nice day,
Marco

 
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Chad
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Seat Trim

November 29 2017, 4:03 PM 

Here's the part # for the Aluminum seat trim

A51-0104 TAL 12D-A
3/16" X 3/4"

http://tacomarine.com/product/A51-0104/3-4%E2%80%99%E2%80%99-x-3-16%E2%80%99%E2%80%99-Aluminum-Half-Oval

 
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Marco
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Thanks a lot Chad!

November 30 2017, 4:42 AM 

Have a nice day,
Marco

 
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Marco
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Thanks everyone, you saved me from spending a small fortune on the wrong rubrail!

November 29 2017, 3:45 AM 

Hakan, mine is a 1970 model I think they changed design afterwards.
Have a nice day.
Marco


    
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Hakan
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Re: Thanks everyone, you saved me from spending a small fortune on the wrong rubrail!

November 29 2017, 7:21 AM 

Great to hear Marco,
That could definitely be the case....much happened during 1970-71 I guess!? happy.gif
Best regards,
Hakan in Sweden

 
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