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Dehler 34 Optima 101 extrusion

I own an Optima 101 built in 87. I am looking for the extruded (or molded) rails that the hatches slide on. Does anyone know where I might find these parts?
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If in the US, I would contact Jeff at Dehler Semicustom Sailing Yachts - When Passion Meets Reason - Dehler North America, Ltd, he has been very helpful with my inquiries. I talked with him last week regarding a part for the 33, he is in Germany this week showing a group of US clients the new 44, and then he is racing in the Chi-Mac race, so he probably will not get back to you until next week.
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I found the parts in the UK through dehlerowners.co.uk
It's a good source for owners of older Dehlers.

Thanks for your suggestions
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