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and125
Mar-13-2011 @ 9:14 PM                           Permalink
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Hi Although I Have been on the broads several times in my
life on my own cruisers, I have never owned or been on a
broads cruiser. In the past I have been helped by this
forum and that is why am here now. My own centre cockpit
cruiser is at the moment a canopy covered, and I think it
would be very easy to mould a grp sliding roof for it
running back like the Elysian 34, I would like to know
what sliding gear they use and if possible how the
electric roofs are configured. Hope someone can help Andy

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Hi there i have a banham 33 discovery very similar to the elysian 34 i'm sure they use the same wheels and channel for the wheelhouse, i know Herbert Woods stock these parts as i need a replacement runner/wheel and they said they have them in stock,
hope this helps
What style boat do you own?

if this is no use hopefully someone else might chip in

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The runners are normally 'Barton' (Can be purchased from Norfolk Marine)  
and we purchase the standard lower wheels from Coopers I believe.
However there are several other options available.

They say that 'Hard work never killed anyone' however, sleepless nights, stress, not taking breaks & not eating correctly may just get you there early!!


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