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I have a late 1960's LS-13 with he same issue. The rail has a slot that accommodates the ridge and is attached using silicone sealant. I have not been able to find a stock source for this rub rail. However, I have located a custom source for extruding a replacement rub rail which is a half oval shap...
- Sat Jul 21, 2018 8:30 pm
- Forum: General Chrysler Sailing Discussion
- Topic: LS-16 Restoration Questions and Pictures
- Replies: 7
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The LS-16 looks just like the LS-13 (which I have) in terms of the rub rail. I have located a source for a pretty close replacement rub rail from a custom rubber extrusion company (ExactSeal in Indianapolis), and the preliminary price is $5/foot. However, the minimum order is 100 feet. I need 35 fee...
I have a late 1960's LS-13 with he same issue. I have located a custom source for extruding a replacement rub rail (ExactSeal in Indianapolis), and the preliminary estimate is around $5/foot. However, they have minimum of 100 feet, and we all need something just less than 35 feet. If we can find a t...