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Warning! Newbie question on missing rubrail

I was looking at a boat on the Sailing Texas website. The description mentioned the rubrail was missing.
I can understand it would be good to have one (covering the hull/deck seam). Where does one get one? The boat is question is a Catalina 22. I looked at the Catalina Owners web site, and came up empty in a search.

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MikeAR-----did the boat have a rub rail before? if it was hit & came off, the hull should be looked at for damage.
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Rubrail

Look at catalinadirect.com, they have every year, size, and type of rubrails for Catalinas.
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