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Old 18-07-2015, 03:15   #1
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I'm a newbie to this forum, and to the subject of trying to find a good reliable deck hatch that does not leak. Unfortunately for our application we need a rectangular hatch around the 550 x 680mm (cut out) size. I can get a custom one made but would obviously like to go for a standard off the shelf which can be replaced if necessary.
Rhigo do make a hatch to do our job however I cannot find ONE unbiased comment on the net re the performance of these hatches. Does anyone on CF have any experience with this brand?
As time is short I have to make a decision so PLEASE let me know, if you know!
Thanks, JYS
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