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Houseboat Window Locks and Hardware

by Paul
(Louisville, KY)

Where to find window locks & hardware for houseboats

Where to find window locks & hardware for houseboats

Where can you buy the window locks for a 84 Jamestowner. Water Bonnet is who made the windows, and from the looks of the website they don't like anybody calling them, so don't call them I sat on hold long distance for ten minutes.

It's the same locks used on an eighty three Sumerset and probably every houseboat in the world. I am new to houseboat owning and would also like to know of other links, accessories, parts etc...

Thanks, Paul

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Hi Paul, good question, I can recommend a couple of alternatives, the first is these here for boat parts and accessories.

The other alternative is the supplier/source of Water Bonnet, they seem to have a lot of the window hardware. Here is their details:

Stern Safe
21740 Lincoln Highway
Lynwood, IL 60411
Phone: (708) 758-0020

I hope this helps, IAN of

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