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i have have a pc 37 1991 237. i have the port rubber seals they were on the boat when i got it. the ports are brass rectangle . do i need a sealant (what type) on the rubber. or will the gasket seal the window in the frame . any removal help would also be helpful.
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Take a look in this thread.

Pacific Seacraft Portlight Gaskets

Lot's of discussion on both the frame gaskets and the gaskets around the glass in there.
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Port screens?

My PS 34 has holes in some of its port screens. Does anyone know where to find replacements? My ports are rectangular (ie 1992 design).

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We use the bronze screens from Danicic. They work better than the plastic. Still, I wish PSC would have put a flange so the screens would seal better. There's always a little gap around the edges.

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Thanks for the lead

[QUOTE=stevemac00;609152]We use the bronze screens from Danicic. They work better than the plastic. Still, I wish PSC would have put a flange so the screens would seal better. There's always a little gap around the edges.

Thanks - I'm checking on the Danicic screens. Bronze shouldn't sag as much as the plastic. I agree about the gap around the edges but even here in Maine where mosquitos are our state bird, the gap doesn't seem a problem.

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