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Old 14-05-2011, 05:48   #1
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Plastic Bomar

Anyone have experience with the Bomar polypeopylene access hatches? Are they tight and strong for use on cockpit deck?
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Re: Plastic Bomar

These ➥ Pompanette LLC.

Or these ➥ Pompanette LLC.

I'd consider using the Deck Plates, rather than the Access Hatches, on a cockpit deck.
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