Hard top

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Obhoy
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Hard top

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Can a hard top be purchased or do you have to start from scratch for a pdq 36 thank you.

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Take a look at this company. Although we no longer have a PDQ, we put one of these on our Trawler. It fits the existing Bimini framework. http://hardtotop.com/
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Re: Hard top

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Thanks for info but need to be able to stand on it.

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You will need to star from scratch. PDQ yachts is no longer in business.
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Check out previous thread.
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Re: Hard top

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I just installed a hard top on Sun Suite. It was built with a female mold, that I still have, with 5/8" Divinicell and fiberglass layup. I can walk on it.

Anyone interested in the mold can contact me.
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