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Old 30-04-2016, 17:37   #16
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Re: Bronze Ideal windlass chime job

Originally Posted by Jim Cate View Post
Ahhh, just the thing: grease on your winch drums...

No Jim - wipe it off first, or simply use the winches and thus not need to grease them!
I will admit it was the very cheap labour that made the polished bronze and heaps of brightwork so "attractive".

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Re: Bronze Ideal windlass chime job

Here it is , just put it back on the boat , I love it , and I swear it works betterClick image for larger version

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