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Old 13-07-2012, 10:33   #1
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Sea-Teak® 4-Drink (insulated) Binocular Holder

This was a gidt but does not git our cockpit configuration. Has four small screw holes in bottom from test install, otherwise like new. Comes with two pedestal mounting brackets. Below is OEM description. $25 plus shipping

Waterbrands Sea-Teak® 4-Drink (insulated) Binocular Holder*
Holds either:
4 glasses or cans in insulators, or
2 glasses or cans in insulators & 1 pair of binoculars.

Provides extra shelf space. Solid teak racks are a decorative way to store drinks or binoculars on your boat, at home, or in the office.
Size: 16-3/4" x 3-1/2" x 4-1/2"
*Note: For mounting on steering pedestal. This comes with (2) 62669 steering pedestal clamps.
The Sea Teak® collection is made from the finest Grade A, kiln-dried teakwood in the world. Boaters appreciate teak’s traditional beauty because of its intricate grain patterns and color variations. The high oil content of the wood keeps it from deteriorating or warping in the harsh marine environment of sun, wind, and water. Teak’s natural oils and silica (sand) make it impervious to insects and wood rot.

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Old 13-07-2012, 10:42   #2
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Re: Sea-Teak® 4-Drink (insulated) Binocular Holder

Hi,

I could use it. Will send you PM.


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