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Old 08-13-2006
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Need hatch for my 1972 Ericson 32-2

My hatch on my 1972 Ericson 32-2 that slides back so I have access from the cockpit to the cabin broke and needs to be replaced. Can anyone tell me where I can find one that will fit? It doesn't need to be an authentic Ericson 32-2 hatch.

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Trying again. Does anyone have an answer for me?
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Doesn't anyone know?

Hi,

Someone here must know where I can get a new or used sliding hatch for my 1972 Ericson 32-2. Can anyone at least give me a lead? My boat is sitting there with an open hatch and I need to get this fixed ASAP.

If you prefer, you can email me directly at: Rick@ARmoz.om
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Rick Andrews
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Hatch replacement

Honestly, I had to have mine rebuilt from scratch. If you hear of anything, it would be nice to know of a replacement.

Jim
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Can you tell me how your rebuilt it? Did you buy parts from someplace or did you completely recreate it from wood you cut and shaped?
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I had a friend of mine make a new one for my E35 MK2 out of Mahogany, and I am installing new S.S. runners. I can send to you some pictures if you like. Let me know. Thanks. Jean M.
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