Transom entry Doors

Discussion in 'General Parts Classifieds - No Boats' started by Paul Koons, Feb 20, 2019.

  1. Paul Koons

    Paul Koons New Member

    3
    Feb 20, 2019
    1988 23 laguna
    Twin 135’s Mercury Black Max
    1988 Laguna center console, looking for transom entry doors both port and starboard.
     
  2. sbw1

    sbw1 Well-Known Member

    Oct 10, 2006
    West Michigan
    This is listed in my signature
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    tiara in the snow 01.JPG Wish I had a pic of the door I had made for my 300 WE. It was ridiculously easy to build from Lexan. Used a sheet of 1" thick plastic, cut to fit the old door opening using the old door as a pattern. Glued a cut to fit lexan trim piece on top. Attached it to the doorway opening with a stainless piano hinge, and after everything was dry fit, cleaned up the joints and painted it to match the Sand gelcoat using Imron. It looked like it came from the SR factory. Plastic is easy to shape with a band saw and block sander. It is easy to polish and takes paint well. If you are handy, you can make those doors.
     
  3. Paul Koons

    Paul Koons New Member

    3
    Feb 20, 2019
    1988 23 laguna
    Twin 135’s Mercury Black Max
    Thanks, do not have original doors for Laguna. Doors I took off were particle board trimed in teak. Don't have the original size, I supose I could cut and fit a template then create lexan copy flip for port and starboard but didn't think it would be this difficult to find drawing or buy replacements.
     
  4. JVM225

    JVM225 Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Apr 8, 2008
    Farmingdale, NY
    2002 410 Sundancer, Monaco Edition.
    3126 Cats.
    Starboard might make for a nice replacement.
     
  5. sbw1

    sbw1 Well-Known Member

    Oct 10, 2006
    West Michigan
    This is listed in my signature
    This is listed in my signature
    IMG_3975.JPG tiara in the snow 01.JPG I was able to locate this grainy pic of what I was talking about. This replaced the particle board factory original door that looked bad from the get go.
     
  6. gasketguy

    gasketguy Active Member

    162
    Nov 11, 2015
    Harrison Township Michigan
    330 1996 Sundancer
    Twin 7.4
    Wow man this does look better then what ST did at the factory!
     
  7. sbw1

    sbw1 Well-Known Member

    Oct 10, 2006
    West Michigan
    This is listed in my signature
    This is listed in my signature
    tiara in the snow 01.JPG
    We took off the teak rail across the rear of the cockpit too. I liked the look of it but it was a maintenance headache. We filled the holes where the rail was installed and gel coated them. Boat had a cleaner look and was easier to care for.
     
  8. gasketguy

    gasketguy Active Member

    162
    Nov 11, 2015
    Harrison Township Michigan
    330 1996 Sundancer
    Twin 7.4
    Yes! I was looking at that and couldnt put my finger on the missing teak..that should jump popped right out being on my grandfather's for so many years!
     
  9. sbw1

    sbw1 Well-Known Member

    Oct 10, 2006
    West Michigan
    This is listed in my signature
    This is listed in my signature
    tiara in the snow 01.JPG IMG_3894.JPG
    The only teak we left on the outside were the step pads. They were easy to care for and looked great. Got rid od the teak on the front deck and replaced that with stainless. Again, for ease of care. Here is a pic.
     
  10. gasketguy

    gasketguy Active Member

    162
    Nov 11, 2015
    Harrison Township Michigan
    330 1996 Sundancer
    Twin 7.4
    That's really cool looks way better!
     
  11. Displacement

    Displacement New Member

    9
    Nov 5, 2019
    90 Laguna 21
    225 EFI
    I have originals, if you need size. I pulled mine and am going to redo out of sapele.
     

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