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Hatch lids #13771753 11/15/20 10:55 PM
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I have a 2010 Mako that has some cracks in several deck lids. I have looked high and low for replacements but can't find the correct size anywhere. Anyone ever made their own or have any leads to get some? Need 5. The other option would be to cut larger holes to fit bigger hatch covers/lids.TIA

Re: Hatch lids [Re: quisdraw] #13772652 11/16/20 06:28 PM
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Have you tried calling the factory to see if they have any?

Re: Hatch lids [Re: Dayne] #13773335 11/17/20 01:33 AM
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Try asking in the Classified section in classicmako.com

Re: Hatch lids [Re: quisdraw] #13773693 11/17/20 01:37 PM
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I'll follow up on those leads. Thanks!

Re: Hatch lids [Re: quisdraw] #13783290 11/24/20 03:14 PM
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A sheet metal hvac or fabrication shop should be able to make you new ones easily.

There is also a company in Tn that makes most of the lids for most boats is my understanding.


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Re: Hatch lids [Re: quisdraw] #13793114 Yesterday at 03:53 PM
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Have you taken the current covers to a fiberglass repair shop ? I would think repair would be cheaper than replacement.

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