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Old 28-10-2008, 10:26   #1
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Unhappy Need lumber, mast, fiberglass - good prices and/or advise

I'm in for major hurricane repairs - the damage is extensive, so I'd like to find the material at bottom dollar. I'm in the Clear Lake Texas area, but looking for a good price anywhere (if shipping is reasonable) on any or all of the following items:

Douglas Fir: 3 8' 2"x6" pieces that I can laminate to rebuild bowsprit (or used bowsprit)
Teak: 60 ft 1/2" x 4" to replace rubrail (or aesthetic teak alternative)
Epoxy Resin to re-secure bulkheads, laminate wood, etc
Polyester resin/Gelcoat to patch hole in deck
Fiberglass cloth
Mast, or info on repairing a 40' mast broken at the spreaders

Any suggestions or ideas would really be appreciated!
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Old 21-11-2008, 17:03   #2
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For teak and other wood products call Al at world panel products ph. 252-794-9944. He has teak and many other species at very atractive prices. Will ship anywhere and friendly, personal service. Tell him Jess sent you
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