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Bomar 100 series hatch?

Hi all

My boat is in FL & I am in TX looking forward to bringing home on 17 th May.

My Bomer hatches though have bad thumb screws that no longer seal the hatch, the bolt appears in good shape, I meant to measure the thread size when I was last on the boat but it slipped my mind.

Can anyone tell me the thread size, I plan on just fixing with hex nuts for the offshore passage back to TX.

Ed
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ED,

If you think you'll eventually have to rerplace your hatches, I suggest you contact Bomar in Tampa, FL before you leave.
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