Handrail Teak 7 Loop
Product #: E5440
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Note: This item is out of stock. After 66 years supplying teak products for the marine industry, this manufacturer has closed their doors. All of their equipment has been liquidated and the property has been sold. We will be exploring other ways to supply these parts for you in the future, but for now, the inventory of this item that we had on the shelf is exhausted.
These are the original equipment handrails used by Catalina Yachts when your boat was built. Unlike others you might find, these are the exact size and shape and their feet land in the same place on deck.
Approximately 73" long. Unfinished natural teak. Sold per pair.
This size handrail was used on early Catalina 25's. Later Catalina 27's also used seven loop handrails. We believe the C-27 changed from five to seven loop with hull number 5536 in 1984. This is the same time Catalina changed the deck and introduced smoked plex windows. Unfortunately, there is no mention of the handrail change in Catalina's records, so this is only an educated guess.
On some boats these handrails were mounted to conform to the curve of the deck. The handrails are (and always were) produced straight. The curve is introduced as needed during installation by simply bending the handrail. Supplied undrilled. On early boats handrails were attached with screws from below. On later boats, some fasteners on an individual handrail were through bolts while others continued to be screws.
1) Regarding Teak Prices: Due to the volatility of the price of teak wood all teak prices are our closest estimate. If the price indicated above has increased we will contact you prior to shipping.
2) This is an oversize item which does not conform to our standard shipping policies. Call 800/959-SAIL for a shipping estimate.
3) Due to their length, an additional packaging charge also applies to this item.