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Hatch Gaskets

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Gran Finale
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Vessel Info: 1988 34' Gran Sport, 7.4 (454) Crusaders 600 hours.
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Hatch Gaskets

Postby Gran Finale » Tue Oct 13, 2020 10:59 am

Does anyone know where to buy Bomar hatch gaskets for a 1988 34' Gran Sport? Bomar Pompanette doesn't seem to answer their phone?

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Re: Hatch Gaskets

Postby Billm » Tue Oct 13, 2020 11:59 am

I think you have 190 series cast hatches. They are still in production. The Bomar catalogue says to use 9/16” round gasket. It is readily available on most internet boating stores. Some places sell it by the foot. I bought some and for me, it seemed too thick to fit in the groove. I used it anyway and it leaked slightly during a torrential rain. So I didn’t change out the other hatch. They also make it in 1/2” width. But I didn’t try it. So I cannot comment on whether that would be better. Maybe back in 1988, they used the 1/2” width or maybe it shriveled up over time. Try pulling out a little bit and see what you think.

My advice is if it doesn’t leak now, leave it alone.

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