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Special Piece of Trim

Got a good one for any of you P-26 owners out there.
I''m trying to find the replacement piece of trim that goes around the motor well on my P-26. I haven''t even found anything that I can make work. Anybody got any ideas or know of where I can get this stuff. I''d appreciate any info anyone could provide.
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Scubado,
You might try Taco Metals,all kinds of trim, rubrails ect.
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Help, Just can''t seem to find the trim I need. Taco wants to sell me 12 feet of something I''m not even sure will work, and they want 115.00 Yipes !!
I know some of you sailors out there will have the answer for me. HELP !!
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