24 ft mast wanted

by Graham
(Victoria, Australia )

Need wooden or aluminum mast for Gp 14 restoration.

Not a traditionalist.

Any 24 foot mast with internal groove
For main sail will do.
Graham.m.Lyle@Hotmail.com
0448028444




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Wanted Aluminum Swirl Dash Panel for 64 cc Super Sport

by Bob
(Bay City, Michigan, USA)

Wanted Aluminum Swirl Dash Panel for 64 cc Super Sport

Boat Name "REBEL II"

The year of construction 2012

Length 17'

Hull construction WOOD


Engine/Gearbox details 327F




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Large Stainless Wood Screws

by Gary
(Belleville, Ontario, Canada)

Trying to source #14 X 3" stainless slot drive wood screws; #14 X 5" ditto and #16 X 5" square drive wood screws.

Any ideas?


Gary Magwood
lattalad@gmail.com
Belleville, Ontario, Canada





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Aug 11, 2013
ask jim
by: cal

but just the other day an old salor i ran into at the coffee bar had a bad leak in his boat this boat has had some stiffening done nice boat but the stainless has no friends when it comes to electrolysis and as you age you forget or its not important because you now and for me it was what was on hand stainless and bronzes in a high pressure water maker only a year and no pressure thinking the pump but back then i could see the stainless had pin holes but not the bronze so that was not going to happen in my boat world again so hop its not to late for you his one leek was stainless no heads just screws make for leaking boat,

Cal




Mar 20, 2013
SS screws
by: Anonymous

Straight McKay in Nova Scotia

Dec 27, 2012
Stainless Wood Screws in Canada
by: Anonymous

Try "Fastenal" http://www.fastenal.com/web/products/detail.ex?sku=0176869





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