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TACO Flexible Rub Rail Kit 2423
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Taco Flexible Rub Rail Kit 2423
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My boat is 32ft. Is the 70ft length enough. And is it 70ft x2 ins ?. Just want to make sure before I purchase.

Asked on 08/08/2015 by Jan Lee

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Thanks Ronald.

Answered on 08/09/2015 by Jan Lee
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Make sure you include the transom width if it is covered with the rubrail. Otherwise you will be short a few feet. Having an extra set of arms like a friend to pull the new rub rail tight helps. Also two drill motors. One with a drill bit. The other with a phillips bit to drive the screw. Hope this helps. Jack

Answered on 08/09/2015 by JON JENSEN

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Thanks Jon. First time doing this

Answered on 08/09/2015 by Jan Lee

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Our boat is only 27 ft. So we had extra lentth. I found it no prblem to instal.

Answered on 08/08/2015 by RONALD MINTER
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I would like to mount the Rub Rail upside down so that the lower lip on rail overlaps the top of the gunwale. Is there a particular problem that would cause?

Asked on 06/30/2016 by Thomas Puleo

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I dont know if I can answer because I dont know what boat he is using. Depends on where the fasteners are.sorry i couldnt be more help. Mine works great but in the upright position

Answered on 07/01/2016 by BILL MALDONADO
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Doesn'the sound like a good idea. Presumably water and crud would get under the lip unless you sealed it which may not work very well. Trapped water would be an issue in cold climes. Also think that it will damaged quite easily.

Answered on 06/30/2016 by RICHARD FLOWERDEW

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I have to say no the lip is to cover the seam on upper deck and lower hull where they come together the screws holds them in place as well as the rub rail

Answered on 06/30/2016 by JOHN BOOTH
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can you tell me exactly which rub rail will fit on my 1986 century grande300. i want the flexible rub rail with black tube insert? Tks Steve

Asked on 04/15/2016 by Steve H

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The rail fit perfectly on my 2001 30 foot Mirage, I can send pics if you'd like?

Answered on 04/15/2016 by CARY MCDONALD
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Rub rail is generic. Check for length [single roll] and gunwale dimensions. Note lower lip on molding. How does it compare with existing rub rail.

Answered on 04/15/2016 by RICHARD FLOWERDEW

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Yes pls send pic

Answered on 04/15/2016 by Steve H
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CAN YOU INSERT ANCHOR LINE INSTEAD OF RAIL INSERT ?

Asked on 02/21/2016 by BERNIE SCHACHNER

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My original rub rail had anchor line in the insert. When I put the TACO rub rail on I played around with anchor line but in the end used the black plastic insert for two reasons. One, the rope gets dirty over time and will need to be replaced especially if you are hauling a lot of "stuff" over the gunwale. Two, the insert is quite narrow compared with the rub rail itself. A solid black rub rail looked better than the narrow white line of the anchor line. My original rub rail did use a larger diameter rope insert so it looked better balanced. End comment. I suspect that you can use anchor line but it may not look very good. Could always try using a short length and see what you think. Richard

Answered on 02/22/2016 by RICHARD FLOWERDEW
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Hi Bernie S......Yes u can but u must have a bit bigger size rope as ur insert and very dense or u can buy a rope insert

Answered on 02/21/2016 by JOHN BOOTH
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for sail boat (old) need 2" height ? any thoughts

Asked on 05/12/2020 by ralph from NEW YORK

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This is the only rubrail JD carries that is that wide. The shape is different however. https://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/show_product.do?pid=56893

Answered on 05/14/2020 by Paul
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