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    vintage DONZI hatch hinges wanted.

    Looking for a pair of original equipment hatch hinges for a 1960's -70s DONZI (16) . These are nice little delicate items that are made of chromed bronze I think. Secured with four screws.

    If you have these new/used shoot me a message!!

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    Engine hatch hinges
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    Engine hatch hinges

    I have 3 pairs of brand new engine hatch hinges for the Classics. Same mounting holes and take apart style. $25 a pair plus shipping.

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    donzi sweet 16, not "classic"

    Thanks, but I'm looking for the "sweet 16" style 1970's take apart hinges. These are squarish with four holes on the plate.

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    their all the same hinged between the 16 and the 18..have ed post a pic..

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    same hardware?

    Hmm,

    Here's the pic from that thread. Maybe I have something aftermarket?? Mine are held on with FOUR fasteners not three. I assumed they are original, maybe not...?

    http://www.donzi.net/forums/attachme...1&d=1257963082

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.turbo View Post
    Hmm,

    Here's the pic from that thread. Maybe I have something aftermarket?? Mine are held on with FOUR fasteners not three. I assumed they are original, maybe not...?

    http://www.donzi.net/forums/attachme...1&d=1257963082

    those would be the newer style ones for the mid 90's classics..do they look like thease?

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    Accon makes a bunch of hinges in SST. Here's the pages on their website;
    http://www.acconmarine.com/c-17-hinges.aspx?pagenum=1

    Also Perko makes hinges. Here's the Perko site;
    http://www.perko.com/ Look under "deck hardware".

    You don't have to have the absolute original items, just similar. You can always fill the original holes, reinforce the bottom of the hatch and add the new pieces.
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    Thanks for the input.

    The Perko take apart hinges look really nice.

    If I can't find some like the originals, I'll get a set of those or the stainless type, which are about half the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrfixxall View Post
    those would be the newer style ones for the mid 90's classics..do they look like thease?
    Yes pretty much just like those.

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    we sell new ones that are oem style reproductions If interested feel free to give me a call.. Jamie / Lakeside

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    J - are yours chrome over brass or stainless?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    J - are yours chrome over brass or stainless?
    If my memory is correct

    The 2 bolts are full polish stainless... Looks like show chrome, but none of the hassle....

    The 3 bolt OEM newer style hinges are chrome plated brass & Very very $$$$..

    Below are pics of what I am talking about.. Jamie / Lakeside

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    Thanks for those pics. I also ran across these, not vintage but cool nonetheless .............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    Thanks for those pics. I also ran across these, not vintage but cool nonetheless .............
    They are neat, not my speed, but neat..

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