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Old 17-01-2014, 22:00   #16
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Re: What part is this?

Too damn cold in mn for rum right now, drank two manhattans to your health though, finished w two porters over dessert. A toast to riveting sail repairs!
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... Gordo wasn't around to either beat... or correct ...
I came to the thread after you posted, and thought, WOW - great find!
I'm still not certain you were wrong (rivets notwithstanding).
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Old 18-01-2014, 11:53   #18
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Too damn cold in mn for rum right now, drank two manhattans to your health though, finished w two porters over dessert. A toast to riveting sail repairs!
Man after my own heart.... My favorite beverage bar none...

Single Barrel, rocks, light bitters, 2 cherries....
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Old 18-01-2014, 11:56   #19
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I came to the thread after you posted, and thought, WOW - great find!
I'm still not certain you were wrong (rivets notwithstanding).
I'm not giving up without a fight Gordo.... I've been googling "combination furler thrust washer rivet cringle" non stop .... no luck yet....
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John... You see what happened now???? You jinxed me!

I got all Cocky... I tried my best, but Gordo wasn't around to either beat... or correct... Kinda like toddlers playing with calculators....

Oh well....

My Mai Tai (oh my my...) recipe below for a ketchgould peace offering... (settling for Bourbon tonight)

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Yep, now you've got the John jinx!! You'll have to sacrifice a bottle to get rid of it. Bourbon's good.
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Old 18-01-2014, 15:30   #21
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Yep, now you've got the John jinx!! You'll have to sacrifice a bottle to get rid of it. Bourbon's good.
Darn it all..... Is there no other way to rid myself of the John jinx??? The shipping alone to the island is going to break my bank... How 'bout I just send ya a few bucks and you can pick up one of them Spam delicacies they have at all of the convenience stores???
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Re: What part is this?

they look like back-up or spacer washers on a fuel or water level sending unit. I have 5 of them.
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Old 19-01-2014, 19:22   #23
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Re: What part is this?

Perfect.

That means that you have to keep them because the minimum for any item kept on a boat is for it to have two uses.

Yours has three.

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Funny. Not sure my wife has two uses on board. Is there a different formula?
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Funny. Not sure my wife has two uses on board. Is there a different formula?
I was sooooo NOT supposed to chuckle at this comment.....

Mrs. Ketchgould doesn't read the forum does she???
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