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    Missing 2007 Fundeck FD192 Deck Plate Inspection Hatch Cover

    JustinCaseJustinCase Member Posts: 2
    While trailering my Hurricane a couple weeks back, my circular deck plate inspection hatch cover blew out of the boat (it took me some time on google to figure out what the darn thing is called).  It is approximately 6 inches in diameter (based on the 'refrence size' of a 1.5 inch Gatorade bottle cap).  I'm wondering where I can get a replacement.

    I have found several brands online (SEAFLO, SEACHOICE, BECKSON, FIVE OCEANS).  Will any of these work?

    Thanks for any assistance. 


    • JustinCaseJustinCase Member Posts: 2
      Update: I found a replacement part that fit perfectly on Amazon for $11.  The part is a JR Products 31025 White 5" Access/Deck Plate.  Hope this helps someone else down the road.
    • dpimarineincdpimarineinc Member Posts: 2
      That looks a lot like our pry deck lid, DPI Marine, Inc. (formerly Daytona Plastix). Just wanted to throw that information out there as well (
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