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Feb 03, 2017

by: Tammy

There are a couple of names for it and it depends on the profile.
There is flat pvc awning track that mimicks the profile of the metal awning track used on the sides of RV's, but is PVC.
Then there is Flex-a-rail II which is very commonly used on Sea Ray and so many others off the radar arch to hold boat enclosures.
Flex-a-rail has a narrow track opening and if you look closely at the screws on the inside you may find a # 6 screw with a 4 head and a specialty square bit will need to be used to remove the screws and you will also need to buy the screws and the bit.
Lastly similar to Flex-a-rail with a little heavier profile is Costa track. It will take #6 phillips head screws just fine.
Flex-a-rail is easier to heat and bend than costa track.
I hope this helps.

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