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Bomar Hatch Replacement Parts Customer Questions and Answers

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Do these dog down kits come with the springs? ....new pins? Ken

Asked on 07/01/2014 by Ken Page

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Yes, Ken, they do. They are a bit of a hassle to get in place, partly because of those new, tight springs, but all the parts are there, and they work fine.

Answered on 07/02/2014 by MARY CLEM
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They come with springs. No pins. You will need a center p inch to remove the pin.

Answered on 07/02/2014 by JESSE WHITE

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What you see in the picture is what you get. I broke 2 on my buddies yacht (I use diff hatches on mine) so I purchased them and he replaced them He said they were perfect. This has been over a year ago and he made it back to Florida from South Africa (where I wrecked his latches) and they worked fine.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by KENNETH SCOTT

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Yes to both.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by Stephen Howard

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Yes yes. The dog kits came with installed springs. I think also new roll pins - not sure about that.

Answered on 07/02/2014 by THOMAS OSHEA

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Yes, both the spring and a new pin are included in the kit. The only thing you need is a suitable drift pin to drive out the old pin.

Answered on 07/02/2014 by RICHARD CEASE

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Mine did. I kept my old ones as spares.

Answered on 07/28/2014 by KELLY ARNOLD

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They come with springs. No pins. You will need a center p inch to remove the pin.

Answered on 07/02/2014 by JESSE WHITE
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The dog came unglued from the hatch. Any suggestions on glue?

Asked on 04/03/2015 by Karen Wells

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I would suggest a mix of a good epoxy and a epoxy adhesive filler. Mix to a peanut butter consistency Be sir & sand parts or wipe with acetone I have used this with success

Answered on 04/03/2015 by KENNETH SCOTT
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I can' help much, since my dogs attach to a casting.

Answered on 04/03/2015 by RICHARD CEASE

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Any type of marine glue should work however if there is a crack in the plastic or if it's truly worn better to replace it.

Answered on 04/03/2015 by MICHEL FIECHTER

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No experience. Epoxy resin?

Answered on 04/03/2015 by BILL DIXON
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The hinges on my Bomar hatch on my wellcraft are plastic and they need to be replaced can I get replacement parts or do I need to purchase replace the hatch?

Asked on 05/08/2014 by Ron Veklotz

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My hatch had latching dogs that had a plastic knob to screw the hatch down to the frame. Parts worked for me. Reading your question, if the hinges themselves are gone, I doubt parts will meet the need. For my Bowmar hatch, it is an aluminum frame w/pinned aluminum hinges. If your hinges are integral to the frame, I'm not sure parts would be available. I could get new pins for my aluminum framed hinges. Is that all you need? Good luck. s

Answered on 05/09/2014 by Stephen Howard
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I broke the ones on my buddies boat...and yes, he was able to replace them with the new ones I bought. I was not there when he did it, but he did do it

Answered on 05/08/2014 by KENNETH SCOTT

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We replaced the locking knobs, not the hinges, but in general bowmar parts are available.

Answered on 05/08/2014 by BILL DIXON

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The hinges of most Bomar metal hatches, cant be replaced. I not really sure about your hatch, since it have a plastic hinge. What model of hatch do you have?

Answered on 05/08/2014 by NICOLAS J NYERGES M
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Does anyone make a replacement Lexan For the BOMAR 1000 series hatches? Mine are cracked and crazed, otherwise the hatches perform like new.

Asked on 07/13/2013 by Undisclosed

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Contact Bomar customer service and they will know. Bomar Customer Service Location 73 Southwest Street Charlestown, NH 03603 tel: (603) 826 5791 fax: (603) 826-4125

Answered on 07/29/2013 by jim nolt
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There may be places that provide replacements but if you in a major metro area there are plastic distribution companies that machine a replacing for you. Just take your old plastic out take to them and they can typically replace it in a day or two at a reasonable cost. Doesn't need to be lean just acrylic with uv protection

Answered on 07/29/2013 by mike hogan

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Yes I do. I use a .187 THICK #2370 EXTRUDED ACRYLIC (SACR.1872370E) or can be lexan. Use special Bomar adhesive between the housing and the plastic and seal the top with 3m 5200. N. Nyerges

Answered on 07/29/2013 by NICOLAS J NYERGES M

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Yes. It is simply Lexan plastic. Available from many types if retail outlets. It comes in a tinted and clear version but you will likely prefer the tinted. It is easy to cut on a bandsaw to the exact shape you need. The next issue is the bedding material you choose to set the Lexan in to the carefully cleaned out hatch. I had no problem finding the right caulk in a tube. Take care to wipe and excess from the hatch edge with a rag as you go. Good luck! Captain Jeff

Answered on 07/13/2013 by JEFF PERKINS
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I have a Bomar hatch, Serial number 860127013. I need the right side handle-latch. Can you help me? Thank you, Bill Van Winkle

Asked on 06/28/2013 by Undisclosed

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You will need a small punch with a square end (available at hardware stores). Open the hatch and look at the connection to the frame. On the side is a small split pin. Use the punch and a hammer (and safe processes) to pound the pin out. You will need to hold the assmembly in place as you pound the new pin. I would practice by comparing to the other side unless you want to practice pounding oins into and out of place. Don't bend the pin, but you do need to use force. Jesse

Answered on 06/30/2013 by JESSE WHITE
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the replacement works fine no problems, the issue i had was that the pin that holds the part in place was difficult to remove since it was stainless steel and the hatch was aluminum. i wound up replacing the pin with a machine bolt. good luck..

Answered on 06/28/2013 by mike hogan

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Hi I suggest that you surf product catalog of Bomar at Bomar (Pompanette) web site , identify your model and then search for accesories...or email them with the serial number... N.Nyerges, Caracas-Venezuela

Answered on 06/28/2013 by NICOLAS J NYERGES M

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The part that I purcahsed was for a port light. I suspect that the part he is looking for is the handle on the hatch. I know that the serial number doesn't tell you much except about what year it was made. Bomar used certain parts duing certain years,so the year will probably get him to the right part number. Hope this helps.

Answered on 08/07/2013 by HAROLD CROSSLEY
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After 23 years the Lexan cover on my series 100 hatch is no longer watertight. What is best adhesive for Lexan cover?

Asked on 07/18/2013 by Undisclosed

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Marine-Tex FlexSet is a non-sagging, non-shrinking, permanently flexible epoxy adhesive. Bonds to Polyethylene Starboard & Marine Lumber, PVC, Hypalon¥Ë_¥Ë_¥Ë_, ceramic, rubber, polyurethane, glass, acrylic, steel, fiberglass, polycarbonate, wood, ABS, aluminum, Lexan¥Ë_¥Ë_¥Ë_ and dissimilar materials.

Answered on 08/28/2013 by NICOLAS J NYERGES M
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Bomar sales special adhesive inside (between aluminium chassis and the lexan), then seal the top with 3m/5200

Answered on 07/29/2013 by NICOLAS J NYERGES M

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I have found 5200 to be great, but you must prime and paint the frame(and let dry) before applying. 5200 in contact with bare aluminum tends to corrode

Answered on 08/29/2013 by DANIEL GLAAB
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I am still looking for a Bomar hatch lens replacement 20 5/8 x 20 5/8 where can I get one ?

Asked on 01/13/2014 by Joe Tighe

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Joe, if you have tried bomar directly, and they cannot help you, take old lens( or accurate cardboard blank) to a glass shop and ask for lexan .repaint frame thouroughly with zinc chromate primer and an epoxy topcoat, and then bed new lense in 5200. Cheers dan

Answered on 01/14/2014 by DANIEL GLAAB
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Sorry, we only have ordered dogs. No clue about hatch lens replacement. Good luck.

Answered on 01/14/2014 by DEB BURTON
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I have a small Bomar ventilation hatch that the stainless scred sheared off inside the hold up stanchion. Any ideas on removing thie bolt remnants? the searing occurred at the frame side.

Asked on 01/18/2012 by Ronald Sikora

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It can be done..it's a pain to do it. I recently had three of the same issues as I was renovating my deck hatches this Winter. Get a new sharp tough drill bit about 1/3 the size of the stuck bolt and another one that's just smaller than the thread width of your replacement bolt. Start your bit as clost to the center of the stuck bolt as you can. This pilot hole will get the larger drill centered. You don't have to drill all the way thru, but about 3/4 would be good. Then use the larger bit to complete the removal. Use a light oil like Marvel mystery oil to lube the drill bits as you go, just dip it several times as you drill to keep it cool and cutting cleanly. You'll need pressure and a slow drill speed to do this cleanly. After drilling out the old bolt, you will likely have to tap the hole for new clean threads, especially if you were a tad off center which is likiely. There will be plenty of grip from the new hole to hold the arm up as it is a 90 degree pressure, not pull ing straight out of the hole. Hope this helps.

Answered on 02/08/2012 by JEFF PERKINS
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If you can't drill it out (difficult for stainless, you must put pressure on it and not release the pressure until the end is drilled out), then I would advise removing the hatch and taking it to a machine shop. I realize this removal will be a problem, and need to be remounted and sealed. Other than that...purchase or fabricate a steel clamp and move it up and down. Have fun and good luck

Answered on 02/13/2012 by KENNETH SCOTT
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I have ( 1979) Bomar 100 series hatches on my boat. Are the lids easily removed by knocking out the pins holding the lid to the base?

Asked on 08/04/2017 by mike from florida

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Not easy to knock out the pins without destroying them and they are not a replacement part.

Answered on 11/14/2017 by JD Tech Team
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I have a 1984 C&C 35 Mark III with Bomar aluminum hatches, one with a broken hinge. Is it prossible to get a replacement hinge?

Asked on 05/22/2017 by John from Waukegan Illinois

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Not that I'm aware of.

Answered on 05/24/2017 by JD Tech Team
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