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Old 21-04-2017, 09:17   #1
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Name that stantion...

I have 2 bent stantions, one might be able to be saved, the other looks like it's a lost cause. I don't see any markings on it to replace it. If you know the make or have a good idea on where I can get a new one to match this on please comment.
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Re: Name that stantion...

I wish I could help, but I don't know.

For our education, for the collective record, what was the cause?
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Hoping Your boat is located very far away from mine...
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Hoping Your boat is located very far away from mine...


What does that mean?

I'm also curious as to the cause of an outward bent stantion?


Here's a plethora of stantions and bases with shapes that may match what you've got there.

http://search.defender.com/?expression=Stantion
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Re: Name that stantion...

On our older boat, we had a custom stanchion whose base weld had come loose and had a bend in the stanchion itself. There were no matching stanchions out there so we just took it to a local welder. He fixed it up good as new. A bit steep at $100 bucks but it was exact match.
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I wish I could help, but I don't know.

For our education, for the collective record, what was the cause?
Using the lifelines for securing fenders and similar abuse?

Is that really a mooring line hitched to the lifeline?
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Re: Name that stantion...

Perhaps my comment was taken as sarcasm. It was not.

As for attaching things to stanchions, this wouldn't be the first time a fender caused this. If it was a mooring line, I can see how I may have touched a nerve, but I honestly didn't look that closely--I thought there was another fender down there (I use fat rope on my fenders). It would be good to know which.
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How about some dimensions? It would be helpful.
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