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Old 30-06-2010, 01:30   #1
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Help ID Brass W.C. Old Boat Part


not sure if the picture will work?
hoping someone can tell me what this part is?,thanks!
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Old 30-06-2010, 03:42   #2
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Saw one used to support the upper end of the steering column back when boats used steering linkage boxes, back before flexible cables.
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Part of a pump? Wilcox-Crittenden maybe....
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I've seen them used as propshaft struts.
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Old 30-06-2010, 18:43   #7
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i have been hanging around ebay to long(lol), not used to all these smiley icons?
i plan on offering these parts and others on auction,i dont need them or collect,,but i hope for a new owner.
its hard when you dont have a part name.....thats me...lol....THANKS !!!!!!
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i have had several WC parts over the past couple of years, including a steering wheel and oar locks.
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