Head bifold/vberth door Head

Published date: June 27, 2020
  • Boat Type: V-berth, Bifold, Head, MacGregor 26M, Boat Type

To add legroom in the head, I created a bifold door panel which I added to the main door on the inside out of 6mm marine ply I had left from another project. I used 3/4 wrap around hinge, which I installed backwards since both the main door and the extension fit in the slot. The door also works to close the forward v-berth area to give my girls (and us) a bit of privacy. Worked out pretty well, with little added weight.


Model Year: 2003

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