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CS36T ports

Hi all,

Can anyone tell me what size opening ports are in the CS36T? The ones in my boat are the originals, and I believe they are Beckson. I've looked all over the web, but can find no specs for them.

My boat is currently in Panama, and I am in California, so I can't just measure the ports. I would like to order a new one and carry it back with me. Getting parts in Panama is time consuming, and when I go back in November I want to get going north as quickly as possible.

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Re: CS36T ports

I replaced the ports on my previous 36t w/ beckson rain drain ports. Unfortunately I don't remember the correct size. I would guess they were 5 x 12. Ask Mainsail. Had to do some cutting in glass for the rain drains otherwise not to big a job.
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Re: CS36T ports

Holland Marine Products
Mississauga, Ontario.

Peter Tielen of Holland Marine bought up all the unused parts from the CS factory when they closed the doors. He has many new old stock parts and over the years has developed some specialy products for CS boats. Peter has a CS36 and knows these boats as well as anybody (well... maybe not as well as Mainesail )
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