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Old 14-12-2014, 19:50   #16
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Can you take a closer picture and tell me the sizes of the 2 single polie in the plastic bag if you still have them
Hi Cashgar,

I'm not sure what you mean by "single polie in the plastic bag". Do you mean the deadeye with ferrule (fairlead) or the U-bolts? The only other bagged item is the Seadog cowl vent.

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Old 14-12-2014, 19:53   #17
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I'll take the Davis Mark 25 sextant if it is still available.

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The sextant is still available. Please PM me your shipping info and I'll reply with my Paypal info.

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Old 14-12-2014, 19:59   #18
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I will take the Spot and the free VHF radio if they can ship together.


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Hi Mike,

The Spot and VHF radio are still available. I presume they should fit in a medium USPS Priority mail box. I'll check tomorrow and will advice. In the meantime, please PM me your shipping info and I'll reply with the Paypal info and how the items can ship.
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Old 14-12-2014, 20:23   #19
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Hi Cashgar,

I'm not sure what you mean by "single polie in the plastic bag". Do you mean the deadeye with ferrule (fairlead) or the U-bolts? The only other bagged item is the Seadog cowl vent.

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Left of the double block in the plastic bag is it some single pulley?
do you still have any the single block?

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Old 14-12-2014, 21:09   #20
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Left of the double block in the plastic bag is it some single pulley?
do you still have any the single block?

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Sorry, but the blocks are all gone. The blocks in the original plastic bags were the 50mm doubles.

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Old 14-12-2014, 21:12   #21
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Updated list

I figured a new list of what's still available might help:

5 * 3/4" galvanized thimbles - new ($1 each)

8 * 1/4" stainless steel thimbles - new ($0.20 each)

1 * Hayn Hi-Mod 12CTT14 compression toggle; 1/4" wire; 1x19 strand - new ($50)

3 * galvanized 7/16" anchor shackles with screw pin ; 2.6 ton WLL - new ($5 each)

1 * Galvanized 7/16" anchor shackle with bolt pin; 2.6 ton WLL - new ($5)

2 * 1/2" anchor shackle with screw pin; 2 ton WLL - new ($5 each)

2 * 5/8" anchor shackle with screw pin; 3 1/4 ton WLL - new ($7 each)

4 * Ronstan Deadeye with ferrule; 5/8" hole clearance - new ($5 each)

1 * 1" Rail top fitting ($4)

1 * 1" Stanchion fitting with eye ($10)

4 * 1" Stanchion fitting ($8 each)

1 * Rule-Mate RM2000 fully automated bilge pump 12V 1-1/8" discharge - new ($110)

1 * Rule-Mate RM2000DECM fully automated bilge pump 12V 1-1/8" discharge - new (paid $110)

1 * Wichard Locking Pin Twist Shackle 5/16 in #1424 new ($40)

2 * Standard Horizon CT-100 Extension Cable AAD44X001 new ($10 each)

2 * Pair 4" 2-way Stereo Speakers model 1193002 new ($15 each pair)

1 * Weems & Plath 210800 Cutter Plaque Clock/Barometer (some scratches in the back at the mounting fitting) ($180)

1 * Johnson WD5.2 Washdown Pump kit with inlet strainer, spray nozzle, bulk head fitting with valve, 7.5 meters (25') of coiled wash down hose and an illuminated panel switch, 5.2GPM 70PSI new ($170)

1 * Jabsco PAR-MAX 4.0 60PSI Washdown Pump new ($80)

1 * Inmarsat IsatPhone Pro (new) & IsatPhone Pro Annual Emergency Plan - Includes 120 Minutes airtime ($900)

1 * Balmar 621-VUP-MC-150-SR-KIT includes 621-120-SR-IG alternator, ARS-5-H regulator, MC-TS-A Alternator Temp Sensor, MC-TS-B Battery Temp Sensor ($750)

1 * Serpentine Belt Pulley kit for Perkins 4-236 with two spare belts paid ($500)

1 * Navionics XL9 46XG chip - Brand New in unopened box - France, Iberia, Netherlands and EU Inland Waters including Holland to Algeria and from Azores to Sardinia ($200)

2 * Schaefer Marine 84-89 Chainplate 12"x1-1/4" with 7/16 holes new ($40 each)

2 * Kannad Safelink R10 AIS based MOB Survivor Recovery System ($200 each)

200' 1/2" Floating double braid line Bright Yellow with orange tracer ($100)

250' 5/8" double braid polyester line white with black tracer- some spots from storage - see picture ($175)

150' 5/8" double braid polyester line white with red tracer ($100)

400' 5/8" double braid polyester line white with blue tracer - some spots from storage - see picture ($280)
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Is Pactor still available?


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Old 15-12-2014, 15:42   #23
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Hi Vivamus,

Sorry, but I have someone else who's interested in the Pactor. If that falls through I will let you know.

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Old 16-12-2014, 08:22   #24
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im interested in the Pactor modem if its still available. Send me a message
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How much for everything in the first picture if it is still available? Send a Private Message.
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Old 16-12-2014, 12:57   #26
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Can I give you a call? I have a 4-236 and am looking to go with a Balmar 150 amp alt and the pulley kit. May be interested in some other items as well. My number is 864-315-0761. Thanks

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Old 16-12-2014, 16:26   #27
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Whats left? Reply with list of items left.


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