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Old 15-04-2018, 10:03   #1
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Slightly dented mast

I have a slightly dented mast from a Catalina 34 TR that has to go and it seems to good to cut up for scrap. The dent is 7 feet from the top giving a 38' clean section of extrusion. The dimensions are: oval = 5 7/16" x 8 " wall thickness 3/16" total length 45' 2". The stick ships from 49686 and we have loading capability on site. Total weight is likely less than 200 pounds. Needing to insert a price I will offer it for $800 F.O.B. or make an offer.

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