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Old 16-10-2010, 01:51   #1
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Location: Sydney, Australia
Boat: 1973 Formosa 41 Foot
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Cool Formosa 41 Steering Wheel Center Cover Plate

Hello All,
I own a 1973 41 Formosa Ketch with the large standard spoke steering wheel that has the center cover "boss" plate missing.

The diameter of the cover boss is about 62mm and I wondering if anyone knows where I can buy one from at all?

Does anyone know the thread size of the screw on cover?

NPT, BSP or some unusual thread gauge?

It's only a minor thing but I like to have the boat looking good.

Thanks in advance to anyone that replies.


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